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post #3 of (permalink) Old 05-25-2016, 01:14 PM
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Mine was already done before I bought the car, but it looks like a Mandrel system like XR-7 mentioned, but mine has a dual in/Dual out flowmaster muffler in the middle acting as a resonator/drone reducer. My car also has chambered mufflers on the ends of the pipes making it quiet enough to not ire the neighbors/police, but when you get it past 3000rpm, she screams like a pissed off demon.
Stock manifolds, no catalysts, 2.5" from collectors to tail pipes.

Inside the car, 50mph, 2000 rpm.
http://vid1112.photobucket.com/album...psrywpegfz.mp4

Inside garage, startup, rev to about 3000.
http://vid1112.photobucket.com/album...pslenayhcq.mp4

In the driveway, some revs.
http://vid1112.photobucket.com/album...ps4qukh7wg.mp4

97 Thunderbird LX (The GT Bird)
2003 Explorer WAP block with Modular Head Shop "street ported" heads and Stage 2 PI NA cams, 75mm Accufab throttle body, C&L upper intake plenum, Kooks 1.75" primary/3" collector headers, 2.5" full exhaust with mid mount Magnaflow dual in/out muffler, 24lb/hr injectors, 80mm MAF, Tuning from Don @ www.lasotaracing.com, CAI that feeds from fenderwell. Jmod, 3.73:1 TL in Mark VIII carrier, Mark VIII aluminum LCAs, 93 Mark VIII driveshaft, PBR brakes (soon to be Cobras), 18x9 wheels with 35mm offset, 255/40/ZR18 Tires, Front and Rear strut/shock bracing, GR-2 shocks, Eibach 1.5" springs, 1989 SC front and rear sway bars.
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