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Old 05-31-2013, 08:28 AM
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Muffler delete pipe for V10

Hey guys my dads 2002 v10 f350 has a hole in it and is making all sorts of terrible noises so i told him just to straight pipe it. Where/how would be the best way/cheapest way to do that. its nothing special just figure instead buying a damn muffler just delete it.
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It's around $30-$40 bucks for a muffler delete pipe and probably the same for a cat delete pipe.

I wonder how a V10 would sound straight piped...
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My Cousin straight piped his and it sounds weird it needs a glass pack or something
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It's around $30-$40 bucks for a muffler delete pipe and probably the same for a cat delete pipe.

I wonder how a V10 would sound straight piped...
My dodge in my sig has dual magnaflows it sounds pretty badass to me at least

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My Cousin straight piped his and it sounds weird it needs a glass pack or something
Yea i can see what you mean about mine if i didnt have the mufflers i can kinda imagine what it would sound like. its almost like a v8 but with the 2 extra "puffs" it kinda throws that natural rhythm a v8 has. I might just do that buy a glass pack and put it in place of the muffler instead
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They can sound weird. My neighbor has a viper (right different but still v10). Was running headers for a track day.... sounded horrible. Doesn't sound bad with mufflers though.

I woundnt run chambered either. Maybe like a larger magnaflow.
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Don't straight a V10, they sound like c@#p! Trust me, I know. Put an Aero Turbine 3030 on it.
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here is mine with just catalytic converter, no muffler.


not sure if it sounds like "crap" to you guys, but its the best sounding v10 ive heard, in person and in youtube vids. maybe i just got lucky and mine isnt that bad sounding
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here is mine with just catalytic converter, no muffler.

Ford 6.8L V10 custom exhaust with 7" exhaust tip - YouTube

not sure if it sounds like "crap" to you guys, but its the best sounding v10 ive heard, in person and in youtube vids. maybe i just got lucky and mine isnt that bad sounding
I can't see the clip, but what year is it? Sometimes the upgraded Y-Pipe for the earlier models will help with the flutter associated with a straight piped V10.
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Sounds like a race car lol
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