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98 gt exhaust opinions

I am currently running with a 98 mustang gt with o/r h and dumped flow 40s. Im looking to change to slp lm 1s and would like opinions and help finding a good price. The best price i have found is 140 for a pair. Stang has an 02 motor bored .20 over and has a mild cam. Let me hear yalls thoughts


1998 GT with '02 motor bored .20 over, mild cam, cai, centerforce clutch, short throw shifter, o/r h, dumped with flow 40s.
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Just to state the obvious that exhaust is loudd. It is more for a drive it once a while car so if thats what it is going on go for it! It definately turns some heads but on the highway it drones and will give you a headache


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I dont drive on the highway much but it is my daily dríver. To and from work im in the car for roughly 20 mins total

1998 GT with '02 motor bored .20 over, mild cam, cai, centerforce clutch, short throw shifter, o/r h, dumped with flow 40s.
more soon to come...:kooky:
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I do love the exhaust it sonds mean but it can get annoying at times to me at least

1990 Mustang LX Convertible 5.0l-Mine- Edelbrock Performer RPMII Intake, Edelbrock 70mm Throttle Body, AEM cold air intake, 75mm Maf, Edelbrock Performer Heads, Trick flow stage 1 cam, 255lph fuel pump, Kirban fuel pressure regulator, Smog Delete, BBK ceramic coated headers, Mac off road H, Flowmaster Super 44's with Flowmaster 3 inch tailpipe kit, Aluminum Driveshaft, 3.73 gears with carbon fiber T lock rebuild.

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cutouts! there fantastic. and i have loudmouth 2 and there not to loud at not. well there nothing compared to the cutouts open..

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