annoying-a$$ headache causing vibrating acoustic sound is the best i can do to describe it. flowmasters 40 and 50 series mufflers are some of the worst about it. imagine being inside a base drum when someone is beating on it, as the sound vibrates back and forth through the drum... piercing your brain with its ultra low pitch...:eyebulge: and the pitch is so low that even the shaker 1000 wouldnt cover it up. exhaust drone.....its a curse i tell you, a curse....:eyebulge: punishment for modifying your cars exhaust!!tw0scoops123 said:What does a Drone sound like?
Nah, one'll do. I once had an Escort GT and I put on a turbo muffler and it droned pretty loud inside.JetBlack said:Would you all say you need dual exhaust to generate a real drone? Need to have another pipe/muffler to set up a harmonic at a cerain pitch, like a tuning fork being placed near another tuning fork set to the same pitch?
While coming out of the grocery store, I heard a fartcan going by. It occurs to me that it is possible that the muffler on those things is designed to be entirely drone. Imagine one of those things on a real car? I always wondered what it would sound like on my 3.8 Taurus. The 3.8 has the same bore and stroke as the 5.0L so, with a regular muffler, it should have the same *tone*, right? Only 3/4 as loud? I wonder....kj_cinci said:I once (don't kill me) got a ride in a swooped up VTEC, gosch was there a drone! Heck I think he had the droning muff welded to the sub frame!!
And listening on the outside you can allready hear the drone on most of them so nope, a single will do it!