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post #61 of 145 (permalink) Old 02-02-2009, 08:08 PM
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1. Year and engine size
96 5.8
2. Engine modifications
K&N Air Filter. MSD cap and rotor. MSD ignition coil. Otherwise stock.
3. Exhaust
Single stock cat. Flowmaster series 44 muffler 1 in 2 out.

4. Sound level (1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10)
3 at idle

6 when i get on it a lil

Not real great quality. I took it with my digital camera.


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1. Year and engine size

1990 Ford Bronco XLT 5.0L

2. Engine modifications

K&N air filter, MSD Cap, rotor, 8.5mm wires, coil.

3. Exhaust

stock 2" with a Flowtech Redhot muffler

4. Sound level (1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10)
1 Is silent.
5 is the level of any average 1979-2004 Mustang V-8 with an offroad X/H-pipe and 2-Chamber mufflers.
10 Is a top fuel dragster

Idle: 3
Driving: 5
Inside vehicle: 3

first vid with Flowmaster 40

second no muffler

and last with the Flowtech
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1. Year and engine size

1995 Ford Bronco XLT 5.8L

2. Engine modifications

None (Healthy engine, 79k miles)

3. Exhaust

Summit Shorty Headers, Bassani Off-Road Y-pipe, 3" SI/SO Flowmaster Original 40, Maremont Tail pipe. (Yes the stickers will come off tomorrow!)

4. Sound level (1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10)
1 Is silent.
5 is the level of any average 1979-2004 Mustang V-8 with an offroad X/H-pipe and 2-Chamber mufflers.
10 Is a top fuel dragster

Idle: 3-4
Driving: 5-6
Inside vehicle: 3-4

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1) Year and Engine Size
1985 351W
2) Engine Mods
Edelbrock Performer Intake, Performer Cam, Scorpion 1.7 Ratio Roller Rockers, 302 Heads (exhaust port-matched)
3) Exhaust
Hedman lng tube headers, duals with Dyanamax dual-in dual-out X-muffler.
4) Sound Level
3 at idle
7 at WOT


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post #65 of 145 (permalink) Old 05-22-2009, 12:55 PM
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Stock + Aero exhaust (AR25 + AT2525)
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STRAIT PIPE FROM CAT TO THE BACK all stock but needs a new cat original plus my speaker on my camera is kinda crap(to much up close with trains )


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post #67 of 145 (permalink) Old 06-29-2009, 12:47 PM
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1. 1981 Ford Bronco 300 straight six.
2. Replaced the 1bbl with an Offenhauser high performance intake and a Holley 390 4bbl. K&N 360* open air filter.
3. Upgraded the 6 into 1 log manifold to the much higher flowing dual 4.9 EFI manifolds. Ran 2.5" exhaust from the engine to the tailpipe with a high flow cat and muffler.
4. At idle: 2 - 3
Driving: 3 - 4
WOT: 5 - 6

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post #68 of 145 (permalink) Old 07-17-2009, 09:58 PM
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1986, 302
Engine mods
mild cam, bored 30 over
2 in 2 out catco cat. to dual mufflers (unknown) straight out.
sound level
idle is around a 3, gettin on it is around 7, regular driving is about a 5


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Engine/ year
1996, 351W w/ E4OD

Engine mods
K&N Intake, sixlitre tune-up with slightly advanced timing

JBA shorty headers, stock y-pipe, two high-flow cats, Flowmaster 40 muffler

sound level
idle - 3. heavy throttle - 6. However, 2,000-2,500 RPM emits a nearly unbearable death drone in the cab. Takes some getting used to.

Video from the last time I seafoamed it. Gives an idea of idle sound, and the maximum rev in the video is (I think) about 3,500:


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1. Year and engine size
1996 5.0 302

2. Engine modifications

3. Exhaust
single straight pipe no muffler 2 1/2" pipe out before the rear tire

4. Sound level (1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10)
driving- 4 or so


1. 1991 5.0 302
2. Stock
3. Single straight pipe no muffler, no resonator, only 1 cat
4. Idle- 3
driving-6 or 7

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New Setup

1. Year and engine size

1990 F150, EFI 300 Big Six

2. Engine modifications

"Getto-fabbed" K&N intake. Nothing else.

3. Exhaust

Stock EFI mani's, stock downpipes, 2.5" Y-pipe, 2.5" flex pipe (painted with high temp paint to avoid cancer), then a 90* bend to the 2.5" flapper stack, no muffler at all. I'll cut it down later after the SAS is done. The Flowmaster system was falling off and this cost me $25 minus the flex pipe, which was given to me by a friend. Still going to redo it once the now 300 goes in. Stack will be a single piece of 3" stainless steel pipe with a slotted stainless steel guard and matching flapper (love stainless, hate rust).

4. Sound level (1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10)

Idle: 2
Driving: 8
WOT: 9
Inside vehicle: Windows up - 3 Windows down - 7

Surprisingly quiet with the windows all up and on idle and downshifting, but loud and throaty she's under load.

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5.0 302

no engine mods

no exaust but no catalitic converter and a worn out muffler
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1989 XLT 351W Stock manifolds, cone air filter, Cherry Bomb Glasspack

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1991 w/351

no mods.... yet

summit shorties with dual 2.5" pipe, piped-through cats (so at least i look legal ) into a dual in dual out cherry bomb extreme w/ 4" tips coming out before the back tires

idle: 2.5-3 (sounds like my friends boat w/ dual 5.9 cummins lol)
driving: 5-6 (cant hear it with my 15" kicker in the back )
in the floor: 9 (my ears start to bleed every now and then )

dang my clip doesnt wanna work now... i'll work on that real soon
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post #75 of 145 (permalink) Old 11-21-2009, 02:42 AM
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1. Year and Engine size
1990 351W

2. Engine Mod's

3. Exhaust Setup
Flowmaster 40

4. Sound Levels
3 on idle
6 when on throttle
4 in car

I'm used to very loud car's, so this is a very conservative setup in my opinion, a good one none the less.

Make sure you watch in HD.
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1. 1990 302

2. None

3.Stainless Steel Borla Muffler
And Borla tip Everything else stock

In truck=4

When i get the money im getting a supper 44 single in dual out and takeing possibley both or just one cat out. so ill make a new video when that happens


(its a shitty camera so...not the best of quality...)
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1. Year and engine size

- 1996 w/ 351

2. Engine modifications

- Completely Stock

3. Exhaust

- Stock headers/exhaust manifold into Basani Y-pipe made for a '95 without the Basani cat. Then into a 3" Mattco 13" cat. Then into a 3", Center in-Center out Hooker Aerochamber. Then into a 3" Maramount (sp?) tailpipe from Autozone. I had to weld in the 3 stainless O2 sensor bungs to work with my truck since Basani didn't have a Y-pipe for my year truck and I wanted the stainless mandrel bent setup. Then I cut the exit and welded it back on with it just turned down because my rear springs interfered with the designed exit...

4. Sound level (1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10)

- Idle = 4
- Acceleration = 6
- Highway = 3

Some Additional Details:

Tailpipe from Autozone ($42), a new Mattco 13" cat ($69), Aerochamber muffler ($70?) O2 bungs and a few SS band clamps from Summit, the bassani y pipe manufactured for a '95 w/ no cat from AutoAnything.com

Wasn't straight forward unfortunately as I had to hack off and weld up the EGR air port, and weld in 3 new O2 sensor bungs, but after I got that done, it worked pretty well. I modified the exit pipe to point straight down after the axle, but that was easy since I could use my MIG. I'll post up some pics tonight. It sounds great, and it's really nice to have a nice sounding exhaust on the truck. I haven't had a vehicle with a good exhaust system for a couple of years now.

Here are some pics:

Stock exhaust manifolds/headers after the old was taken out...

The new layout next to the old (the old muffler was still on the truck, but attached right at the end of the rusty pipe). You can just see the whit lines on the new pipe where I cut the pieces small to make everything fit:

The new O2 bungs I had to weld on, as well as the O2 bung that I had to plug that came with the pipe (last picture):

The air tube that I had to have welded up:

The sealant I used for all the stainless O2 bungs and the plug that I borrowed from work:

The is where I cut the tailpipe. I then took it back out and welded on a piece that I cut off to make a turndown right there. I couldn't use the side exit because of the location of the springs. For some reason, I don't have a finished picture (must have forgotten), but I'll put a couple up when I get a movie made to show the exhaust note:

I ended up using the somewhat cheesy flat bar exhaust hangers that are attached with a u-bolt because I could find any hanger stock that I could bend up that would fit the factory rubber bushings. Everything worked out pretty well though, and I used some stainless u-bolts to attach the hangers to the pipe and stainless band clamps where all the pieces came together (muffler to pipe, cat to pipe, etc.).

Here is the welded on turn-down. It's just the side exit pipe that was cut off, turned down and welded. Then I cut it again to give a nice downward angle:

And here you can see the new crappy hanger I ended up using. I can still go back to the original if this one doesn't last at least because I didn't destroy the factory bracket:

The only other hanger just behind the muffler that just goes up to the crossmember:

And a clip of the exhaust note... Sorry for it being short. Scared my kid so I had to stop it, and we were on our way out, but you can get the picture:

I'll also go back and post the part numbers of all the pieces I used. It was a very easy install except for getting the new stainless bungs welded on and the air tube welded closed. That was only hard because I had to find someone that could weld the stainless for me. Luckily I had some welders doing work at my site last week, so even that wasn't a big deal. Just had to buy there crew some donuts for breakfast the next morning.



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1. Year and engine size

1994 302 E4OD

2. Engine modifications

Bassani Headers w/ Sixlitre Tuneup

3. Exhaust
Bassani Headers and y-pipe with Hooker Aerochamber. 3in. all the way.
4. Sound level (1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10)

At idle- 4-5
Driving- 5-6

I think it sounds perfect. When you take off it gives off a nice deep rumble, and when you really get your foot into it she really screams.

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Ok, here's my old bucket o' bolts. 1984 XLT,very tired 351 Lightning, E4OD with a fried forward clutch, ghetto fab snorkel, crappy street tires.

Engine Mods: Yes, it's been painted but that was ten years ago and it smokes (recent mod), which annoys the neighbors.

Exhaust: Yes well, most of it anyway. Some sort of FMS headers, cats and a pipe to the back.

Sound Level: Yes.
Idle: Yes. It annoys the neighbors (again) when I start it up at night,
Driving: Yes, it makes noise.
Varoom: Yes. Even more noise.http://www.youtube.com.watch?v=COinVHrWrv8
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