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Hey I'm new here, just trying to get some ideas for a new exhaust system for my 2000 mustang gt. I have some flowmaster 40's on it right now, and I love the sound and flutter that I get with them, but I want go as loud as I possibly can and try to still have a good tone to it. I want to make those ricers shake when I go by, but not sound like one either. I'm still learning about exhaust systems so don't be too harsh!
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There is a HUGE difference between being obnoxiously loud and sounding like **** and being very loud and sounding like sex. Are you new to the mustang crowd? Basically ANYTHING O/R with SLP LM1's are a no-no. Just a lot of noise with no tone. Sounds like a ****ty-running V8 with open headers. You'll turn head heads, but it will be because of the, "Jesus Christ is there a super loud garbage truck around"
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