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Old 05-06-2008, 01:36 AM
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I've not heard anything positive about it... mostly that it's loud, doesn't sound too good, and that it'll cost you low end torque. I'd avoid them or mid-muffler systems personally. There's a reason Ford put the muffler behind the axle.
Yes, there is a reason-- because normal, quiet, stock-type mufflers do not fit in front of the axle. The only type that fit in front of the axle is a straight-through design, resonator or glasspack style muffler. That's the type of muffler that is used in the mid-muffler set ups.

To the original poster-- search on Youtube for "SLP Loudmouths 4.0 V6", and there's a clip there.
Actually I was hinting at the fact that Ford moved the gas tank to the middle of the car, whereas the New Edge and previous Mustangs had it closer to the rear. Since the gas tank is in the middle, mufflers are better suited (and higher from the ground) behind the axle.
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Old 05-17-2008, 04:32 PM
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IMO it sounds pretty sick, but i've never driven one so i wouldnt know what kinda of effects it would have to the power of the car. =/ your choice. lol
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Old 05-17-2008, 05:23 PM
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I just installed them about 2 weeks ago and it sounds good. You tube does no justice.
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Old 05-19-2008, 07:21 PM
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imo pypes violators sound the best once broken in... jmo though...
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Old 05-19-2008, 08:17 PM
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I've not heard anything positive about it... mostly that it's loud, doesn't sound too good, and that it'll cost you low end torque. I'd avoid them or mid-muffler systems personally. There's a reason Ford put the muffler behind the axle.
Yes, there is a reason-- because normal, quiet, stock-type mufflers do not fit in front of the axle. The only type that fit in front of the axle is a straight-through design, resonator or glasspack style muffler. That's the type of muffler that is used in the mid-muffler set ups.

To the original poster-- search on Youtube for "SLP Loudmouths 4.0 V6", and there's a clip there.
Actually I was hinting at the fact that Ford moved the gas tank to the middle of the car, whereas the New Edge and previous Mustangs had it closer to the rear. Since the gas tank is in the middle, mufflers are better suited (and higher from the ground) behind the axle.
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