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HAHA, no, I just think the guy is asking for loud AND deep. Loudmouths are just loud and nasty sounding, to me. If your the type of person that likes that raspy high pitched but deeper than a ricer sound go for it, but I think he wants like real deep, loud strong tone. Which are not slp's.
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u want loud i mean really annoyingly loud...?? then get the fartcans from the ricers... i think the majority of stang owners want quality over the loudness of exhaust systems... in all honesty, you will NOT get as LOUD as the fartcans out there with any set up provided that they're from SLP, Magnaflows, Bassani, Borla or from any of the exhaust companies. If you want quality sound which resonates as a deep growling of a V8 engine, then get the quality ones. Both Bassani and Borla are rated to be more expensive than the other exhaust systems but after listening to both of them compared to let's say LM1s, yes there are not as loud as the LM1s but I can assure you that they produce a much deeper resonation through the pipes. LMIIs are closer to the sound quality of the bassani/borla but still pretty loud. SLP are known for the loudest exhausts than the other brands for the stangs. just my 2 cents...
I noticed forged internals on your list but no blower. If you're not going to end up with over 450 rwhp...save your money.
This is not really true. When building a n/a 4.6L you need to be able to rev the **** outta it to make power.
However, IMO it is useless to put the bottom end kit in if all you are going to do is stage 2 cams and thats it. You might as well save your cash, forget the cams and shortblock, and go with a blower right off the bat.
EDIT: really really loud exhaust is really really cool for about 20 minutes, and it can quickly get really really annoying after that.
I got flows on my 2000 GT and love them. Im about to get dual exhaust for my 1999 chevy tahoe but i don't know what to get like should i get flows or LM2s or somthing. Also should i get a x or h pipe or just get cat back. Thanks
If you want your stang extremely loud then get LM1s and a offroad midpipe. I have an or x pipe and lets say you cant go in residentials late at night and you cant go anywhere unoticed, sometimes i regreat the loud exhaust and sometimes i love it.
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