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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-17-2011 Thread Starter
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My exhaust sound..

This is for those guys who want ti get a nice sound out of their ride! Spintech Mufflers sound as close to a v8 as you can get.
YouTube - 2002 V6 Mustang Spintech Exhaust

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-17-2011
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you've got a taillight out.. lol.... not bad..


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did I really?? lol never noticed! this is a old video anyway its probably close to two years old which means ive been driving for two years with a taillight out lol...
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yeah inner bulb on the left taillight.. if you run across an angry cop he could bust you for it... also kinda looks like someone tried to tint the reverse light on that side? it looks all black to me..

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Windstar Upper Intake with cool-air intake, MAC LT headers, BBK O/R H-pipe, and flow 40s, SCT tuner, FRPP Alum. D/S, 3.73 gears, Auburn HP limited slip, and Team Z LCAs, Eibach sway bars.
Best 1/4 time: 15.036 @90.92mph, 2.148 60'
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surely a cop wouldnt get him for that!!! he's got two more!
btw, great sound! the quality is very surprising too.

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it must be the lighting of the day i guess you are right it does look like its tinted but i have no tints what so ever on the car...

Thank you very much, i can honestly say, the video isnt even as good as they sound in real life though. There is also zero drone while on the highway as well! And in my opinion the mufflers are relatively cheap. Theyre about 83 bucks per muffler which i cant say is a bad price for the sound. Spintechs customer service is VERY VERY good as well. The guy who i orderded from actually had a pretty long conversation about the car and was genuinely interested in my car. I will definitely be purchasing from them again, and I strongly recommend them to anyone who wants a good sounding car, v6 or v8
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Not too bad. A little on the expensive side for each muffler.
+1 to you sir for being different from everyone else with Flowdisasters.
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Thank you for the compliments but expensive? I think not. Mufflers around here easily go over 100 bucks a piece!I do love the fact that its different though Many many people have told me that they sound very deep and gurgly and 2 guys actually argued with me that its a v8, but no it is not.

Hows that intake spacer? did you feel a difference? i thought about getting me one of those
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how does it sound up high? is it still pretty deep? it didnt sound like you went past 2 grand

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Thank you for the compliments but expensive? I think not. Mufflers around here easily go over 100 bucks a piece!I do love the fact that its different though Many many people have told me that they sound very deep and gurgly and 2 guys actually argued with me that its a v8, but no it is not.

Hows that intake spacer? did you feel a difference? i thought about getting me one of those
My Cherry Bomb Extremes were only $50 a each. You can get Thrush welded mufflers for $30 each. It is all relative. Granted, who ever put on the Borla ProXS mufflers on my car before I owned it payed $120 each.

As for the intake spacer, I was skeptical at first. The science and physics were there and the price was right so I figured what the heck. You can definitely feel more low end torque. Above 3,800RPMs the extra bite fades out. The real magic is in the insulating effect it has on the upper intake. Before the spacer, the upper intake would get hot to the touch. Uncomfortably hot. After the spacer the upper intake will get warm but nearly as hot as it was before. A cooler intake means cooler air. Cooler air means more power.
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