Everybody should go out and buy the Dynomax VT Axleback....
I've had their VT Axleback installed for a few weeks now and couldn't possibly be happier with them.
Unfortunately at this time I don't have any sound clips but I'll grab some and put them in this thread ASAP.
Before I bought them I couldn't really find much info on them or many videos of them installed onto a 2011+ V6 Mustang so it was a bit of a risk dropping a few hundred on an axleback that I didn't know much about. What I did know was that it was advertised as DRONE FREE. That sold me right there. Properly designed exhausts are NOT supposed to drone. Drone is annoying and the last thing I wanted was an annoying car. People preach that "they want to hear their performance exhausts", and I completely agree, but a deafening drone at cruising RPM is not "hearing your exhaust", it's hearing a poorly tuned exhaust system. I previously had installed an MRT Axle back system and even that had too much background noise when cruising on the highway. I uninstalled them within a weeks time.
These Dynomax axlebacks are PERFECT for those that want a GREAT sound while accelerating and high RPM, but want a quiet, stock noise level when cruising along on the highway. I will repeat YOU CANNOT HEAR THIS EXHAUST WHILE CRUISING.
Ever hear the saying "Too much of something is never a good thing"? The same can be said for loud exhausts. Sure they sound great all the time, but there will be those times when you want to just cruise on the highway without droning your ear drums apart, or when you just want to talk on the phone without yelling, or when you want to have a normal conversation with your girlfriend while travelling 70mph.
But boy, when accelerating with moderate to heavy throttle, these axlebacks sound excellent, on par with any of the most popular systems available.
These mufflers have a valve inside them that opens and closes depending on throttle input. So if you're cruising at light throttle the valve is closed making everything nice and quiet, but when you push the gas and the valve opens, it lets the muffler become unrestricted and free flowing which means it sounds phenomenal. I have heard stories of the valves rattling at idle, or as the muffler ages and while there is no rattle what so ever right now, I'll definitely keep my ear open for it in the future and will contact Dynomax if the issue develops.
I can praise these mufflers for hours so if anybody has any specific questions, feel free to ask. In a few days I'll have some sound clips up so you can hear what they sound like.
2011 Mustang 3.7L, Sterling Gray, 6-speed manual, Interior Upgrade Pkg, HID's, Charcoal leather.
Last edited by TorontoGuy; 06-04-2014 at 01:55 PM.