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Old 03-07-2006, 01:40 AM
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Is that gain from a single MRT Axleback exhaust just for changing out the stock muffler??? Do you have to do different pipes too?


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A lot of people like the single MRT. If you find one of Scrming's posts, his sig should have a link to his own site where he has clips for it. Sounds really good!

I'm back!!! WOOHOO! LOL! What a trip!!! LOL! More on that later...

The MRT single seems to be the best performing muffler... and is sounds mean... LOL! I gained 7RWHP OVER my "high performance" Magnaflow....

Dyno sheets and vids on my website (in my sig...)

sorry I'm so lazy... I just got home...
Stock pipes, just changing out the muffler! Here is how it sounds with duals:

http://american-speed.com/collective...read.php?t=128

My dual MRT's are already on order.



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Old 03-07-2006, 02:21 AM
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My dual MRT's are already on order.
mine too...it feels like it's been forever! [&:]
(it's only actually been a little over a week)
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Old 03-07-2006, 04:55 AM
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hard to believe just changing a muffler can add hp's. i would have thought other mods would have been necessary. good to know.
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Old 03-07-2006, 12:16 PM
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yeah, the V6 has an engine that's just waiting to be unleashed...Ford really locked it down. (muffler, limiter, conservative tune) All you have to do is unlock it. I guess what Ford did is help keep our insurance rates lower than they could've been.
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yeah, the V6 has an engine that's just waiting to be unleashed...Ford really locked it down. (muffler, limiter, conservative tune) All you have to do is unlock it. I guess what Ford did is help keep our insurance rates lower than they could've been.
You are completely right, they really have the 4.0 on a short leash from the factory. I think most of the reason is for emissions ratings and fuel economy. Like the delay in the drive-by-wire throttle is to level out the throttle on the highway and get better fuel economy.
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