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I've been considering options for mods on my 2014 mustang V6. I know one thing I want to do eventually is get an axle back system for the car but I'm not sure which one yet. I've heard good things about the GT500 AB but I can only find the quad tip version with the modified lower valence for a V6. I can find a GT500 AB with just dual tips for a GT. Do they make the dual tip version for V6's? It's much cheaper and would be the option I desire more in terms of fiscal requirments for an exhaust. The quad tip looks awesome but costs a little more than I want to pay.
Also, any other suggestions on axle back exhausts for a V6? I want to give the car a little bit better of a sound but I don't want it to be too loud and obnoxious. Any advice can help!
Can't speak for the 2014 GT500 mufflers on a V6, but a set of 2011 GT500's on my 2011 V6 sound awsome. I will go on record to say that if you want loud, or "attention" getting exhaust sound, then the GT500's are not what you are after. If you want a pleasent idle rumble, and a right foot to the floor sound, or a pleasent cruise sound (where you can hear the radio tunes), then the GT500's are a good choice. I paid 200 bucks for mine (used) from a member here, and very happy with them. They did require the axle back tubes off of my stock mufflers to be welded onto the GT500's, which set me back another 80 bucks, but that included the install (required to get the correct alignment of the pipe weld). So for 280 bucks, I got a great sounding set of axlebacks.
Again, there are many exhaust choices. It's up to the "ear" of the purchaser as to what they want.
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I will go on record to say that if you want loud, or "attention" getting exhaust sound, then the GT500's are not what you are after. If you want a pleasent idle rumble, and a right foot to the floor sound, or a pleasent cruise sound (where you can hear the radio tunes), then the GT500's are a good choice.
Very true statement. thats what i felt after putting in gt500 ABs. though i get envy when a monster sounding outlaws go past me.
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