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Ear MUFFS ???????????
....or just cut the muffs off....



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Stock mufflers should not drone. Drive shaft issues can mimick a drone sound to some people. Are you certain you don't have some other issue? Quick check would be to get up to the drone speed and quickly pop it in neutral and see if the drone disappears.


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The exhaust note has changed over time...getting a bit louder. Another harmonic has recently surfaced as I accelerate. It's brief but noticeable at a different rpm. I think that maybe there's an issue with at least one of the mufflers. I'm not gonna fret over it anymore. The car is too much fun to drive to let an odd sound or 2 ruin it....


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2014 Mustang GT Premium black on black and blacked out...
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Does the pitch of this "drone" change at different speeds? Could be gear whine ...
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