Wich exhaust set up is better, for 00 mustang v6?

Asked by May 27, 2014 at 09:09 PM about the 2000 Ford Mustang Base Convertible

Question type: Car Customization

please don't hate on my v6 lol.
im 17 and thats what i can afford.

i have 4 ideas. stock headers and cats.
#1 H pipe with straight pipe running in front of the rear tires.
#2 H pipe with straight pipe running in front of the rear tires with Glasspacks.
#3 X pipe with straight pipe running in front of the rear tires.
#4 X pipe with straight pipe running in front of the rear tires with Glasspacks.

I've read that v6 sound better with H pipes. but I'm still not sure, and i want to avoid
sounding like a fart cannon. I know i can't get the sound of a V8, I want to hear some
sound out of my car thats all.

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615

I am a 50 year old man, and I can attest--Your not going to be hated on, Here..I believe,, I would go with your -Number 4, would sound the best- EXCEPT, I would go for aftermarket CATS, along with the combo..If you include the cats, and O-2 sensors,, you can "CHIP" the computer,and I guarantee-- Your measly V-6,,will come to life, and BLOW the doors, off of any of my old V-8 Hot Rod builds, I did, when I was young..... Technology,, has come a long ways!!!!!

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