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1996 Crown Victoria HPP w/ Magnaflows

Just me revving my engine a little bit. The car is basically stock besides the mufflers and the stock slash cuts from a 96 Mustang GT. The idle is quiet with just the tiniest burbling to it, but it really gets nice sounding up high. When cruising at a steady speed, I never hear the Exhaust. unless I get on it, then it gets some attention.


 


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