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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-28-2011 Thread Starter
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1999 - 2004 V6 Mustangs - Does Dual Exhaust Sound Good?

so i keep hearing different opinions on dual exhaust on 2000-04 mustang v6. does it sound good? i hear they sound good at idle speeds but once you stomp it, it sounds like crap :/ Someone else suggested buying headers and doing exhaust (cat back true duals) does anyone have a video of a v6 mustang with exhaust on it? or can share personal experiences with the exhaust.

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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-28-2011
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One thing is for sure, going dual is way better than the single stock exhaust. Check youtube for vids.


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i have a video of my exhaust (pypes) on youtube lol the one that is purely exhaust has an annoying buzz because i put camera to close lol
YouTube - david053092's Channel
but i have recently heard of a new brand that sounds wonderful for our sixers, its called spintech
YouTube - 2002 V6 Mustang Spintech Exhaust
sounds amazing down low here is a vid of a bit higher rev
YouTube - Spintech 3.8L Overrun
yes it gets worse up high but that is still pretty good for a sixer, and yes i know the second one is an older stang but its about the same as ours but i think ours is a little deeper not to sure about that but since they suck in more air they should put out more too lmao

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99-04 Mustang Exaust

Hello i personally have a 2000 Ford mustang V6 with a Magnaflow catback exaust system. This exaust system makes my v6 sound like a v8 easily. My system has the reverse effect then what you were talking about, when my car idels it just a soft rumble from the exaust, But the second you hit that throttle oh my goodness you would think something just swaped your v6 with a v8.
Magnaflow Dual Exhaust Catback System (99-04 V6) at AmericanMuscle.com - Free Shipping!
This is where i got my system from. It all depends on what company you trust the most and what kind of quality the company will send you. Americanmuscle.com i trust because every aftermarket product i have bought i have purchased through AM.com
Magnaflow Cat-Back System - 1999-2004 Mustang
This is the one i saw from hillbank that was cheaper.
(I didnt see this one until a few days ago, i have had mine for 3 years now)
They definetly look a little different setup wise goes. I cant vouche for the hillbank exaust because i havent seen or heard one before but the AM.com definetly a sound you will be looking for.

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wow, i heard magnaflow sounds like crap on our sixers, it would be great to be wrong, can we hear your exhaust?

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Yeah ill have to throw a video together for it. Give me a few days gotta get the battery back in it and charged up. Living in Illinois its been in my garage for a few months but ill get it up here. Ill throw it on this forum page so check back here in a few and should be good

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I've never liked Magnaflows on anything personally (well I like Magnapacks on Cobras). They are too bland for my taste.

Your best bet is to go onto YouTube and find what brand sounds the best to you. From there you can buy the mufflers and have a local shop fab them up.
Take a look into Thrush mufflers.
YouTube - 2000 V6 Mustang Exhaust Thrush
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i have dual flowmaster 40's on mine and it has a mean growl to it at all rpms, trust me you will not be disappointed in them.

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sweet thanks for the video post, i guess magnaflow is the way to go. @amboyv6 yeah i agree anything would be better than the stock exhaust haha

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sweet thanks for the video post, i guess magnaflow is the way to go. @amboyv6 yeah i agree anything would be better than the stock exhaust haha

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umm there is no post of a magnaflow video, that was a thrush system from redlyr and i put up mine (pypes) and spintech, i would definently listen to it before you buy it

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Magnaflows sound like a fluffy fart.
YouTube - 2000 Mustang V6 with MagnaFlow
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This is one of my favs....he gets it to chirp in third gear!
YouTube - Mustang V6 mac catback exhaust

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Magnaflows sound like a fluffy fart.
YouTube - 2000 Mustang V6 with MagnaFlow
Ha Ha! Yeah, That's funny!!
I love my Flowmaster 10 Series. Not for stock v6's maybe.

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