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Yep went out and bought a 2003 dark shadow grey V6 mustang. Now I just have to decide my path of upgrades. Initally in gonna do some minor cosmetic stuff like window tint and possibly pull the pony decals off the bottom doors then considering going straight for exhaust and supercharger. I know exhaust diameter and true dual vs split dual is an issue because if you dont add in a major power adder you dont want your exhaust flowing too easily or it robs power. My question is whats the best exhaust for max flow without going too far on a stock car but still able to handle the supercharger well enough cause im not 100% sure im getting the supercharger and when.
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congrats on the new stang:laughlitt she really looks nice.:eyepoppin
 

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raklor said:
Yep went out and bought a 2003 dark shadow grey V6 mustang. Now I just have to decide my path of upgrades. Initally in gonna do some minor cosmetic stuff like window tint and possibly pull the pony decals off the bottom doors then considering going straight for exhaust and supercharger. I know exhaust diameter and true dual vs split dual is an issue because if you dont add in a major power adder you dont want your exhaust flowing too easily or it robs power. My question is whats the best exhaust for max flow without going too far on a stock car but still able to handle the supercharger well enough cause im not 100% sure im getting the supercharger and when.
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For a 2001+ you won't lose too much with a 2.5, if you're planning a SC unit later. You'll lose some, but you gain a lot more with the SC running a 2.5" exhaust.
 
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