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Old 06-15-2009, 04:14 PM   #1
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Question Pypes Vs SSS Exhaust

Didn't want to make an exhaust thread, but cant find very much information on SSS exhaust. I was about to buy the pypes violator catback, but am now wondering about the SSS catback. Is there much of a difference between the two? Which would you guys recommend more?
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saw a couple videos on youtube, i have heard from some on here that its a "poor mans" borla exhaust or magnapack. pretty sure im going to get it, plus its stainless and can be had for $359 shipped.
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+1 on the sss, I really like it myself and have been contemplating geting one.
where did you find it for 359 shipped? I could only find like 379 on stangmods and cruizingconcepts.
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I have the SSS exhaust. They have 2 versions: The Adrenaline (street) mufflers, and the Terminator (race) mufflers. I started with the Adrenaline mufflers, and then went to the Terminator.

The Terminator race mufflers are VERY loud and agressive (even at idle), but with a nice deep tone. The Adrenaline is a tad deeper in sound, but not nearly as loud.

You can't beat this system for the price! All 304 stainless (even the hangers) and a very distinctive and awesome sound.
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if u go to complete exhaust.com, call them and ask for the mustang forums discount u can get it for $359
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Thanks for the info so far, Ill have to keep complete exhaust in mind.

Does anyone know if the two systems are similar in sound/ loudness? Im not looking to be real load, but definitely louder than stock. How much louder is the Adrenaline over stock?
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Thanks for the info so far, Ill have to keep complete exhaust in mind.

Does anyone know if the two systems are similar in sound/ loudness? Im not looking to be real load, but definitely louder than stock. How much louder is the Adrenaline over stock?
Based on what you're saying, the adrenaline mufflers will probably suite you well. They're alot louder than stock!

My buddy has borla stingers, and they sounded similar. The adrenaline mufflers were a little deeper, but not quite (very close though) as loud as the stingers.

Like i stated earlier, the terminator mufflers are quite a bit louder!
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Thanks for the info mrtstang. I think I may end up trying them out.
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I was looking at the SSS on Cruizinconcepts, but wasnt sure if it was the adrenaline or Terminator. I figured it was the adrenaline but want to be sure...


http://cruizinconceptswholesale.com/...SYSTEM&cat=199
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I was looking at the SSS on Cruizinconcepts, but wasnt sure if it was the adrenaline or Terminator. I figured it was the adrenaline but want to be sure...


http://cruizinconceptswholesale.com/...SYSTEM&cat=199

Yes that is the adrenaline catback they are selling!

Basically the adrenaline muffler is 9.5 in. long by 4.5 in. diameter. The terminator muffler is 9.5 by 3.5. It's the same basic muffler, just an inch smaller in diameter.

BTW, the mufflers are interchangeable.
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