When I do mine, I'm planning to do the same setup as WJOverland, except with a Flowmaster 70 series (should sound about the same as a 50, but closer to stock in volume).
And why is it that in every exhaust clip, they sit there revving the piss out of a stone cold engine? They almost never do it warmed up, as indicated by the copious amounts of steam and water coming from the pipes.
The stock niner exhaust sounds pretty badass. I get disapproving looks from (mostly female) pedestrians all the time, and have gotten a few compliments while driving around with the windows open. That's why I'm going with the Flowmaster 70, it should be somewhat similar.
Louder can sound better, but doesn't always. It depends on the size of the engine and the cat/muffler/pipe setup.
I wish Bassani made a cat-back like Ive got my 03 Mustang GT, its perfect. Mild, barely noticeable idle, smooth revs, and no drone at 85mph. But, you know immediatly on takeoff that it aint no stock system.
do what i did when i couldnt afford to replace my muffler, put a downturn right in front of where the muffler goes and pull off the muffler/tailpipe. it sounds great and projects the sound really good, just a little annoying on the interstate. dont weld it on there, just clamp it, you can always take it off and return to the muffler set up
[SIZE="1"][B]95 ZJ 5.2[/B]- D30/XJ shafts/D35 Yukon alloys,249, 2"BB, 30x9.5"Wildcat EXT,lots of motor mods, rancho shocks & stabilizer.[/SIZE]
[QUOTE=slayercr23;12630497]How would i go about Stroking it?[/QUOTE]
So I need exhaust on my car my muffler is F-ed up but i dont have enough money to do cat and everything so i just want from cat back but i want to get the best sound out of it as i can. not some high pitched bs but a nice deep throaty sound any suggestions?