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Which Exhaust ???

Okay I have a 95 Ford Thunderbird V8 and i want to put mufflers on it now i need some help because youtube isnt any so i was think about

1. Cherry Bomb GlassPacks

2. Cherry Bomb Extremes

3. Thrush GlassPacks

4. Flowmaster Delta Flow 40 series

so please leave your opinoin on which one you think gives a loud, aggressive, and of course that classic american muscle sound

Can someone tell me how to pics on here! Please
Oh i was also wondering how would Keystone Klassics Look on my thunderbird





Oh I forgot i just did my first tune up lets see

Bosch Platinums +4
Bosch Wires
PCV valve
And Fuel Filter
THE OIL WAS GOOD SO I DIDNT NEED TO CHANGE IT SAME WITH THE FILTER

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THE OIL WAS GOOD SO I DIDNT NEED TO CHANGE IT SAME WITH THE FILTER
Also... change the oil and filter every 3,000-5,000 miles. Doesn't matter what it "looks" like.

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OH lastly I want to also know what muffler will make my car be herd from a mile away like i want people to know im coming thanks oh and here are some pictures


If you want to be "herd from a mile away" ..Cut off the muffler's you have now, and replace them with some "Long Exhaust Tips"..




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Bosch +4s are overpriced junk.
Cherry bombs are for camaro driving rednecks with mullets.
I vote flowmasters or no mufflers.

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Go Dynomax or Magnaflow.

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OKay guys what about the rims? And the thrush exhaust oh and why are bosch a POS oh and arent straight pipes illegal espically in F*** Connecticut (i hate malloy)

Hey im 15 and kids at school constaly are making fun of my tbird so what do i do plus i forgot there all a bunch of "Camro Driving Rednecks"

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Also... change the oil and filter every 3,000-5,000 miles. Doesn't matter what it "looks" like.
ya it was good because the previous owner changed it about 1250 miles ago
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OKay guys what about the rims? And the thrush exhaust oh and why are bosch a POS oh and arent straight pipes illegal espically in F*** Connecticut (i hate malloy)

Hey im 15 and kids at school constaly are making fun of my tbird so what do i do plus i forgot there all a bunch of "Camro Driving Rednecks"
Search is your friend. Most run motorcraft and I cant remember the other one alot of people here run.

As far as wheels go depends how money you got

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True thats what my dad said was to get Auto Lites but i didnt and i do regret it anyways if money was no problem the rims i would choose are

1. Stock rims

2. Keystone Klassics

3. Cobra r
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Hey im 15 and kids at school constaly are making fun of my tbird so what do i do plus i forgot there all a bunch of "Camro Driving Rednecks"
Being made fun of in high school is tough, but you have to remember, the only thing that really matters is what you think. You can't make everyone happy so just do what makes you happy; those who appreciate it will let you know. What your schoolmates said about you and your possessions will mean little in the overall scheme of things five years from now; what will matter is what choices you decided to make.

As for cobra Rs... very hard to find in 5x108mm bolt pattern in 17", but the last time I looked Brad had some 18" wheels in our bolt pattern up for sale on his website (thecustomwheelshop.com). You can also do the Mustang hub swap to give you the 5x112 bolt pattern. I prefer 17"...


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Autolite that was it. Straight copper works fine.

Before you make any decisions read these forums for a long time then read some more. Form an idea of what you would like to do to the car then read and ask questions

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That's a nice bird. Don't let other people dictate what you like and how you live. Do what you do. I got made fun of for my bird too, but then again it was a 3.8 and the door didn't like to close sometimes. Even still, I loved my car, and I love my new bird. People can call it what they will, but it is a comfortable ride, and you can drive it when you're 40 and not look like you're in a mid-life crisis.
Oh and to answer your question, just cut the mufflers off, see how you like it, and worst case scenario, pick up some mufflers. Magnaflow and Dynomax are preferred by many.

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Being made fun of in high school is tough, but you have to remember, the only thing that really matters is what you think. You can't make everyone happy so just do what makes you happy; those who appreciate it will let you know. What your schoolmates said about you and your possessions will mean little in the overall scheme of things five years from now; what will matter is what choices you decided to make.

As for cobra Rs... very hard to find in 5x108mm bolt pattern in 17", but the last time I looked Brad had some 18" wheels in our bolt pattern up for sale on his website (thecustomwheelshop.com). You can also do the Mustang hub swap to give you the 5x112 bolt pattern. I prefer 17"...

nice car man we should race lol
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I don't think that the keystone wheels will look all that great on a bird.
Don't get me wrong they are a nice wheel... just not on a bird. Id save up for a set of cobra R replicas from brad. I think in the end you will be much more happy with the outcome.

As far as exhaust, just making it annoyingly loud and obnoxious is not going to make you any cooler or give you anymore respect. Actually you will probably just piss people off with that kind of an exhaust. Go with magnaflow and do it right. Make it a more valuable sounding car rather than the stereotypical high school "just got my car, now i gotta make it as loud as i can" exhaust.

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Ya true but if i was gonna get a muffler it would be either cherry bombs or thrush or just a complete muffler delete and im proably gonna stick with the stock rims lastly i love your saying THUNDERBIRD: because everyone else drives a mustang. do you mind if i use it
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Hey guys heres a video of my thunderbird hope you like

Please comment on it with

what kind of mufflers i should get

rims

paint color

Performance parts

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Why dont you get daddy to put up the 600 bucks and order a full true dual exhuast kit from Mandrel exhuasts web site also something else you can look up while doing your homework on this site ...good luck finding keystone classics in a 4.25 bolt pattern , this car has a crappy bolt pattern limiting your selection of wheels out there with out spending a 1000 bucks on rims and tires ...

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Okay well you dont have to word it that way and im paying for everything for my car and i am eventually going to get a true dual exhaust kit okay
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Wow, rims, tires and exhaust should be so low on your mod-list right now it's ridiculous.

My suggestions

Regular maintenance items:
  • Suspension - Is everything in tip top condition? If not get it fixed first.
  • Brakes - Likewise
  • Trans fluid - If you don't know the last time it was changed or what's in it I highly recommend changing it and putting some fresh Mercon V in it.
Getting down to business mods:
  • J-mod. First and foremost! Get those crappy gen-1 accumulators out of there and get the springs right.
  • Aux. Trans cooler.
  • Gears - 3.55 or 3.73 Don't forget the tune to get it working right.
  • A decent converter. The modified Marauder that Alan sells is the best first upgrade converter you can get for these cars.
As far as the exhaust goes don't mess around half-assing it. Save your money and do it right all at once. I use and prefer the Borla mufflers. If you'll check out my gallery and follow the racing video links at the bottom of my mod list you'll hear why I chose Borla.

I could go on but I'm not going to waste my time typing out things you'll probably never do. When you get these things done let me know and I'll make some additional suggestions.

BTW, nice car. It looks a lot like mine.

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1. Cherry Bomb GlassPacks

2. Cherry Bomb Extremes

3. Thrush GlassPacks

4. Flowmaster Delta Flow 40 series

so please leave your opinoin on which one you think gives a loud, aggressive, and of course that classic american muscle sound
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They're all loud and that's all they'll ever be, they sound exactly the same on a good true dual exhaust as they do on the stock exhaust, that says it all. Less tone than a plywood strat.

Just names like Bomb and thrush imply all they make is noise. If that's the goal I'd just lop the mufflers off, the resonator in the 94/5 keeps things less obnoxious and could probably pass as a muffler during inspections if that's an issue.

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Hey im 15 and kids at school constaly are making fun of my tbird so what do i do plus i forgot there all a bunch of "Camro Driving Rednecks"
Don't worry about high school, a few years from now you'll probably never see most of them again and you'll realize that popularity/emo drama festival is unique to those few years of your life.

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Even though my J-mod was the last modification done to my car to make it faster, it is my first true mod. Every thing else is mickey mouse bs. Been there before with the HS drama. It doesn't matter what the "guys" think about your car. You should be more concerned with what the ladies think about it. lol But in all seriousness, do all the maintenance and go from there. Literally start from the ground up. I started with tires after making sure I wasn't going to drop a ball joint or something like that. I've had opportunities to upgrade my exhaust, but decided not to because 1)I wouldn't gain any real power, 2) I like not being a cop magnet, and 3)I'm still in college, so exhaust modifications are very low on my priority list. Make the car what you want it to be but don't get carried away to the point where you have to starve because you dumped all your money into modifications. There's three things you can get out of your car. Fast, Cheap, and Reliable. However, you can only choose two so choose wisely.

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By the time your estrogen levels come down to acceptable levels to not give a damn and not be all touchy-feely about any little thing anyone says, you'll likely outgrow your interest for these cars. If you were my student, I'd have called your parents already and told them your bein' all girly!
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hey i got made fun of in school about my first bird because it had a v8 and it was so much quieter than some other peoples cars. the main guy that was bothering me had a jeep cherokee with a 4 liter v6 (i think it was a 4.0) he had his entire exhaust removed except the manifolds and downpipes with no cats... it was loud to say the least but it sounded like s**t so it didnt bother me.

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Wow, rims, tires and exhaust should be so low on your mod-list right now it's ridiculous.

My suggestions

Regular maintenance items:
  • Suspension - Is everything in tip top condition? If not get it fixed first.
  • Brakes - Likewise
  • Trans fluid - If you don't know the last time it was changed or what's in it I highly recommend changing it and putting some fresh Mercon V in it.
Getting down to business mods:
  • J-mod. First and foremost! Get those crappy gen-1 accumulators out of there and get the springs right.
  • Aux. Trans cooler.
  • Gears - 3.55 or 3.73 Don't forget the tune to get it working right.
  • A decent converter. The modified Marauder that Alan sells is the best first upgrade converter you can get for these cars.
As far as the exhaust goes don't mess around half-assing it. Save your money and do it right all at once. I use and prefer the Borla mufflers. If you'll check out my gallery and follow the racing video links at the bottom of my mod list you'll hear why I chose Borla.

I could go on but I'm not going to waste my time typing out things you'll probably never do. When you get these things done let me know and I'll make some additional suggestions.

BTW, nice car. It looks a lot like mine.

Don't mess it up.
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COPPER plugs(Me personally I run NGK's)
Go over your suspension COMPLETELY!! (ball joints upper and lower, sway arm endlinks front and back, strut rod bushings, shocks, and make sure the springs in front are not broken from rust).

Safety should be NUMBER ONE whenever you buy a car. Everything else doesnt matter. Who cares what the kids in your school think..... dont be one of "THOSE" kids if you know what I mean. I'll use the ever famous "you'll lear when you grow up"............. cause it's the truth. Hell..... my first car(that I drove) was a 86 buick century 2 door.

Search search and search some more around the site and get ideas.

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By the time your estrogen levels come down to acceptable levels to not give a damn and not be all touchy-feely about any little thing anyone says, you'll likely outgrow your interest for these cars. If you were my student, I'd have called your parents already and told them your bein' all girly!
Hey yo if you got nothin nice to say stay out of this thread okay because I get picked on enough I don't need you doin either okay and I was only asking for advice so give me a break oh and for your information I'm a guy not a girl okay so I don't have estrogen

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Dude, chill. He was just being sarcastic. Getting all worked up like that won't get you far here. Set your ego aside, open your eyes, and learn.

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Hey yo if you got nothin nice to say stay out of this thread okay because I get picked on enough I don't need you doin either okay and I was only asking for advice so give me a break oh and for your information I'm a guy not a girl okay so I don't have estrogen
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ALL males have estrogen. That's neither here nor there, but still. Point is, start to grow some thicker skin. By tolerating our "humor" here, you can learn a lot. Like that link I posted up. Just part of life to learn from the older and wiser.
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