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Old 03-10-2013, 04:07 AM   #1
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I just installed the BBK Headers in my 2012 Mustang here is a video:




I am looking to make it a little bit louder probably installing the Roush Axleback or a Borla S Type
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Old 03-10-2013, 02:02 PM   #2
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I'm jelly. I really want to run LT's but the tree huggers here dont let us have any fun.

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Did you install catted x-pipe or offroad?
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Old 03-10-2013, 05:39 PM   #4
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I'm jelly. I really want to run LT's but the tree huggers here dont let us have any fun.

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Old 03-10-2013, 06:45 PM   #5
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I sadly can't watch the video at work but I would love to know if it made your car a lot louder or not? Because that is something I'm afraid of..
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I sadly can't watch the video at work but I would love to know if it made your car a lot louder or not? Because that is something I'm afraid of..
It is a bit louder in low reves < 2000, but after that is way more loud than using the stock manifolds....
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VERY nice - thanks for posting the vid!

If it's too loud, you're not going fast enough. Wind noise will drown that right out.
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VERY nice - thanks for posting the vid!

If it's too loud, you're not going fast enough. Wind noise will drown that right out.
Hahaha...

After using the car for two weeks, I have realized that they are not that loud, I can have a conversation with the passenger at cruising speeds, or in the city without any issue.
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I have the roush axel back with my long tube headers and catless xpipe. it is retarded how loud it is. Having issues with p219b air mixture code though.
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People drag their kids into the house, dogs run away, pedestrians have dove into ditches and I swear the needle on seismic meters in the area move when I head out with my LT headers with catless x and magnaflow muffler delete equipt Stang.
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