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View Poll Results: Which Exhaust System?
Flowmaster 3 50.00%
Dynomax 1 16.67%
Magnaflow 1 16.67%
Other 1 16.67%
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Old 01-03-2002, 19:48   #1 (permalink)
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Question Exhaust System

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I want some opinions on which exhaust system is best for a 99' Mustang GT. Please choose one from the poll. If you choose other, plz reply on the message board and tell me what you would recommend.
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Old 01-03-2002, 22:19   #2 (permalink)
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Cobra R hood

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I was wondering if you can use a supercharger with a Cobra R hood for a 99' GT. I want the Stalker Ram Air hood but then I can't leave it functional if I get a supercharger later... :( And I don't really like what the Cobra R hoods look like compaired to the ram air hood.:crazy1:
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Old 01-04-2002, 10:10   #3 (permalink)
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There is considerable debate as to the functionality of Ram Air. Kinda difficult to dyno, since you need to be moving, not to mention FI systems vs. Carburated. Now a supercharger.... VROOOM!!!

Exhaust? Still toying with that one, but I like the Borla and the Bassani so far. Six bills are just a bit more than I want to pay for now. I'd rather go for some 3.73's.
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Borla

I have heard some good things about Borlas but I also know that flowmasters sound great... Its gonna be hard to decide. :s6:
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Old 01-04-2002, 20:55   #5 (permalink)
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You've probably heard this before...

Check it out... sounds sweet
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undecided

got Flowmaster on the Stang

got Magnaflow on the Focus

I dunno...
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Hey, Red,

Is your Flowmaster a catback system? If so, which? I wasn't disappointed with Flowmasters on my truck....
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The Fast and The Furious

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I just watched The Fast and The Furious for the 3rd time and I hate that ricey shit... I don't understand how they get anywhere near 800 HP with a car that starts with around, what...... 150 &\/
And they run 10's... But, they say they spend around $9-10k on the mods so... Sounds like a huge waste. What do you guys think??? I guess it just depends on what you like... a nice "muscle car" or a "riceburner". :s3
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the answer is...no.

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Hey, Red,

Is your Flowmaster a catback system? If so, which? I wasn't disappointed with Flowmasters on my truck....
we just welded them up with some dumps for the nitrous...

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There is considerable debate as to the functionality of Ram Air. Kinda difficult to dyno, since you need to be moving, not to mention FI systems vs. Carburated.
Though, in the 1/4 the effectivness of the ram air should show up in your trap speeds and e/t.
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