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So I wanted to make my v6 sound louder, and I've heard of people cutting right before the muffler (muffler delete) and just putting a piece of straight pipe on or just curving it to point down. I was wondering if this is a good idea. I know it will not pass inspection, I know it will be ignorantly loud, but for performance does it lower torque at all and does it mess with anything else like MPG or maybe HP? Another thing I was thinking of is cutting an exhaust off of a GT same model, but I didn't know if it would work or fit, it would be a stock 99-04 gt exhaust. Does that sound better? Thanks please let me know. Wanting to do this soon.
 

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Some say you lose some down low and gain some up top. Others say you gain nor lose anything. It's gonna sound really bad your best bet is go with a chambered catback system like flow master. It wont be crazy loud but will give you a decent tone that wont make the cats scream
 

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A buddy of mine has a 2003 mustang v6 with pypes o/r x pipe and flowmaster 40 catback with a mustang Gt rear bumper and its pretty loud and still has a nice rumble too it.
 
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