dual exhaust, tuner, gears/t-lok, if you dont have emisions you can run LTs with an o/r midpipe...or else youll have to have a custom catted shorty mid-pipe to use the LTs. maybe some UD pulleys.
+1 That is great idea. Wish that I would have thought of that 1st.I would start with an intake and a tune. With the exhaust things get heated, but I have gone through a few things (Borlad, MRT, GTAs, GT takeoffs), but the quietest with good sound that I have tried was a simple GT takeoff which you can sill use if you go duals. You should be able to find one locally for 50-100 if you're lucky someone will just want to offload it and chuck it for free.
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well youre in luck cuz just about all catbacks for the 4.0 v6 are pretty quiet. id go wit longtubes, o/r h, and a catback wit flow super 44s(lil bit quieter than 40s).we want the quietest perf. exhaust that we can get. Once again thanks for the help.
coming from some one who has done bothAre long tubes just as hard to install as they are on my 4v? If they are then forget it. I have already picked out a set of 20" wheels for it and Nitto 555. I can take care of the drivelie and suspension, I just don't know what these motors respond well too. I also don't want her car to be loud. Neither does she, we want the quietest perf. exhaust that we can get. Once again thanks for the help.
Super 44's are close but are actually a bit louder than the 40s.well youre in luck cuz just about all catbacks for the 4.0 v6 are pretty quiet. id go wit longtubes, o/r h, and a catback wit flow super 44s(lil bit quieter than 40s).
I agree, with that, I haven't put LT's on my Mach yet, but I have on my cousins GT, and my buddy's termi and they're a bitch to say the least. I ordered her a diablo predator, a bought a factory GT exhasut and rear bumper I'm going to get her a CAI, and that is it. I doubt that she will keep the car longer than 2 yrs. My other sisters don't she probably won't either.The most difficult part of the install...actually more tedious than hard is the EGR on the passenger side. The k-member does not need to be dropped, and like already stated...there is a decent amount of room to work with. Plus if you already did it on a 4v than this will be a walk in the park....ive seen the room to work with in a cobra/mach engine bay and f-that.