I recently purchased a 93 LX 4-cylinder a couple weeks ago. I was wondering what I could do to make it sound more masculine?

Asked by Nov 16, 2012 at 12:15 PM about the 1993 Ford Mustang

Question type: Car Customization

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261,715

Put a V8 in it. But seriously, you can swap out the muffler fairly easy. Any muffler shop can help you out.

475

WHAT YOU WANT IS SILENCE!!!!!! NOBODY HEARS YOU COMING OR GOING, BUT YOU DO BOTH VERY QUICKLY!!!!! WE CALLED THESE CARS, "SLEEPERS"!!!!!

395

When I had my v6 I put a intake on it then put a dual exhaust on it it gave it more power and a deeper sound.they make the mufflers bolt on. Make sure its made for your mustang.this will give u the sound and power u want. Or you can go real cheap and getto and just put a new tip at end of exhaust.

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395

I just saw that it was a 4cyl. Really? Sell and upgrade if you can. I have a cobra now

3,035

fox body v8 are usually twisted and may have stress cracks, 4 cyl bodies are the best bets for engine swapping

I still live at home. My parents would not allow me to get a 5.0 because they felt that I couldn't handle it. I plan to change my rear end to an 8.8, change the gear to a 4:10, and put in a turbo from an 80's model thunderbird tc. Right now I do not have the money for all of that. I don't want to turn it into a ricer like all the other uneducated people where I live. I plan to change the exhaust and muffler, something like a flow master 40.

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with the 2.3 adding a muffler will not do much, i say save your money for school or something and drive it as is, with a 4 cyl. you will get decent gas mileage. and the cost and problems of putting a turbo on a used engine arent worth the trouble either, listen to mom and dad, insurance is cheaper too.

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one thing i forgot, just changing the muffler will kame it sound like one of those 'rice burners'

395

I agree,your better off swapping engines rather than putting a turbo.

395

Thanks for choosing my answer.

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Since you are at home still,I would just put the intake and exhaust. Rear gears if you still want more. I would just wait and save then sell it and upgrade to a gt.you can get an older model rather cheap.the stuff you want to add plus your car would add up to getn the gt at the end. Just buy my car.

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