This is with the Super 44 Flowmasters installed. 3 inch X Pipe, and 2 1/2 inch tails (Full Mandrel Bent).
Sorry for the garage sound clip, the car sounds a lot different in person and YES it is very loud!
Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 vs Ford Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca! - Head 2 Head Episode 3
On this episode of Head 2 Head, Chevrolet's new 2012 Camaro ZL1 faces off against the
reigning champion of the pony cars, Ford's 2012 Boss 302 Laguna Seca
Edition Mustang. Pro race
driver Randy Pobst hot laps both cars around Inde Motorsports Ranch in
Willcox, AZ to find out which modern muscle car reigns supreme.
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1970 Mustang Boss 302 Tony Flemings Ultimate Garage reviews horsepower ripoff complaints video
Complete nut and bolt no expense spared reproduction, freshly built bored
and stroked 351 Cleveland V-8 @ 350hp, C6 automatic, 9" Ford H.D. rear,
mirror finish Candy Apple red paint w/ black callouts, new black bucket
seat interior w/ factory console, full factory gauges, great sounding
Flowmaster dual Exhaust, power disc
brakes, power steering, front and rear spoilers, rear window louvers, over
restored engine and trunk compartments, appears to be a $60K restoration.
Bill Shepherd Mustang 1969 Mustang Boss 429
One of the rarest Mustangs
to have ever been produced, with only 857 being produced, it is very rare
to find one of these cars up for sale in Europe!
In modern terminology, 429 translates to 7 litres of V8 muscle, quite
literally 'shoehorned' into the front of the Boss 429.
Ford contracted Kar Kraft to fit the behemoth engines into these cars,
which required new shock towers being installed, widening the engine
compartment by 2 inches to allow the engine to be placed. Even the battery
had to be moved to the boot/trunk of the car for space and air conditioning
was not an option due to lack of engine bay space. Power steering, however,
was a mandatory option.
The Boss 429 was created solely for homologation purposes so that Ford
could enter the engine into Nascar racing, rules stated that 500 road cars
must be bult to homologate the engine for racing. Although the Mustang did not compete in Nascar,
the Mustang was the chosen
platform to make use of the semi-hemi V8 engine
1965 Ford Falcon with Flowmaster Super 44
1965 Ford Falcon with Flowmaster Super 44 Mufflers. Part#943046
Flowmaster's Super 44 muffler uses the same Delta Flow technology found in
our larger Super 40 mufflers. The Super 44 delivers a powerful rich tone
and is the most aggressive, deepest sounding, highest performing four inch
case street muffler we've ever built! Constructed of 16 gauge aluminized
steel and fully MIG welded for maximum durability.
✓ Deep aggressive Exhaust note
✓ Noticeable interior resonance
✓ Recent two chamber improvement
✓ Race proven patented Delta Flow technology
✓ Made in the USA
✓ Premium Flowmaster quality
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Flowmaster Super 44 Vs. Glasspack
First up is the 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 with a 351 clevland
4v, Flowtech Headers, Edelbrock 600 cfm carb, and 3 inch pipe with 4 inch
tip and summit glasspacks. Second is a 1986 GMC Sierra 1500 with a 6.0 L
LS2 from an 03' Hummer. This has aluminum heads, cold air intake, coil
packs, performance computer, Schoenfeld Long tube headers, 3 inch pipe all
the way through with a 4 inch tip. Magnaflow hi-flow cats, and Flowmaster
Super 44s. Keep in mind that the Mach's Exhaust is much shorter and has no cats, while
the GMC has longer Exhaust with cats
but a slightly larger engine. Enjoy and please vote or rate which one you
think sounds better!