Reviewed By Maria G (Hemet, CA) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford Mustang —2/28/2017 6:37 AM
The mufflers are pretty quiet surprisingly quieter than I expected it would've been nice a little bit more rumble but that was not.
Reviewed By Paul S (Oak View, CA) Reviewed for a 1956 Ford Courier —6/1/2016 9:27 PM
These are a good length and diameter to fit most classics. Sound is great with an equalizer and tailpipes over rearend and out the back. Nice heavy gauge metal and paint? or powder-coating? Throaty sound without droning. Price is fair considering the quality. Will buy again.
Reviewed By Christopher F (Overland Park, KS) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford Fusion —3/13/2012 9:45 PM
Remember when you were younger and youd go out and pick up the cheapest "race muffler" you could find for your Honda, Mustang, pick up, or whatever it was you just had to modify? Remember how obnoxious it was? Time to set childish things aside, these are grown up, refined mufflers. They're nice and deep, no rasp, and you won't be getting noise complaints from the neighbors. Best of all you get all the sound quality you ever wanted without the annoying volume and even better... no droning noise from my 3.0 L V6 at ANY speed. Not to mention, I've never found a cheap muffler that looks as good as these. They're worth every penny and then some. No you won't get the obnoxious volume, but you will get a more refined sound than any of those fart cans everyone else uses.