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View Poll Results: What Aftermarket Exhaust do you have?
Magnaflow 335 22.73%
Borla 106 7.19%
Flowmaster 396 26.87%
Cherry Bomb 59 4.00%
Straight Pipes 73 4.95%
Roush 93 6.31%
Banks 48 3.26%
Melatone 0 0%
Ford Racing 12 0.81%
Other 352 23.88%
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Old 06-01-2014, 07:21 PM   #711
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I installed a solo performance exhaust and absolutely love it I went with the single 4 inch stainless exhaust no complaints... except from the neighbors lol
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Old 06-08-2014, 09:58 PM   #712
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just installed a mbrp 3 inch exhaust (from flange at y pipe to tail pipe), slight drown in cab, improved gas mileage by 1 to 1.5, noticeable increase in power.










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Old 06-11-2014, 10:14 PM   #713
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wow lots of posts and videos to look at!!


I have the 6.2 W Roush exhaust and it sounds great! BUT the drone is horrific! any way to fix this or just replace it?


I need to change this out soon; I want it loud but not rappy and when I roll up the window I would like to hear my ****ty quiet sony stereo! lol
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wow lots of posts and videos to look at!!


I have the 6.2 W Roush exhaust and it sounds great! BUT the drone is horrific! any way to fix this or just replace it?


I need to change this out soon; I want it loud but not rappy and when I roll up the window I would like to hear my ****ty quiet sony stereo! lol
I put the Roush kit on my '13 5.0 SCAB. Had the same drone issue.
I went this route and it completely cured the problem...like driving 2 different vehicles before and after.

http://www.f150forum.com/f38/exhaust-drone-cure-208112/
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I put the Roush kit on my '13 5.0 SCAB. Had the same drone issue.
I went this route and it completely cured the problem...like driving 2 different vehicles before and after.

http://www.f150forum.com/f38/exhaust-drone-cure-208112/
Wow, that's pretty interesting. With my Gibson rig, I retained the factory resonator. No heavy drone, only some noise when you snap and hold the throttle. If you are interested, I have a slightly used Gibson aluminized cat- back system that will fit your truck if it is either SCREW or SCAB and 5.5' bed, 2011 thru 2014. I liked it well enough that I went back with the stainless kit.
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hey guys. would i lose/gain and power if i added and x pipe instead of my dual in dual out flowmaster 50? i have highflow cats with it too. or would i need a muffler like a dual in dual out cherrybomb extreme?
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hey guys. would i lose/gain and power if i added and x pipe instead of my dual in dual out flowmaster 50? i have highflow cats with it too. or would i need a muffler like a dual in dual out cherrybomb extreme?
If all your trying to do is gain power, save your money! The setup you have is just fine. Your not going to feel a difference from one high flow muffler to the next or with just running an X pipe.

You could do a set of headers and squeeze a few more hp from the truck though.
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Yeah same here. I have Magnaflow SI-DO and it is not loud enough for me. maybe when you have a WOT it gets loud but at idle just to quiet. any suggestions on what to do or new muffler?
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I have Maggy High-Flows with a Flowmaster 40 series dumped before the axle.
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I like my SS MagnaFlow 1 into 2 dumped out the right behind the tire. It is noisy enough without being too outrageous or droning.

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