Ford Racing Mufflers Question
Posted 08 December 2012 - 06:27 PM
Anyone know the difference between the Ford Racing -SGT-5230-S and the M-5230-SGT mufflers? Looking at the BUYFORDRACING site, the description on the S mufflers says that they fit both the 2005 - 2009 Mustang GT and the 2007- 2009 SVT, yet the SGT mufflers only list the 2007 - 2009 SVT. I was under the impression that the mufflers could be interchanged between the GT500 and the GT.
Specifcally, I wanted to know if anyone knows if the 5230-SGT will fit on a Shelby GT without modification. Has anyone used either of these on an otherwise stock SGT? If so, is it streetable? I'm looking for a little more bark than the stock mufflers give. I had a set of SLP Loudmouths on for a while, but found they were too loud for my tastes on longer trips. Thanks for the feedback.
Posted 08 December 2012 - 09:47 PM
I then switched to the 5230-S or "KR" muffler. I loved that muffler, deep sound with no drone at all. Same tips as those on an 08 Bullitt.
After I had Kooks LTs with a catted H pipe installed the "KR's" were now IMO too loud. I was amazed at how LTs changed the sound.
I ended up with 08 Bullitt mufflers. With the LTs they sound good at WOT and cruise, wish they were a little louder at idle.
Hope this helps. BTW I bought the mufflers from BUYFORDRACING and found them to be great to deal with.
Posted 09 December 2012 - 05:48 AM
Black 5 Spd
Shelby Gunmetal Razors 18"
Continental Extreme Contact DW Tires
Baer Slotted/Drilled Brakes
Hawk HPS Pads
Goodridge SS Brake Lines
Shelby Caliper Covers
Shelby "Berg" faux gas cap
Polished lower Billet Grille
Sequential tail lights
Carroll Shelby autograph
Black Billett Shelby hood locks
Clear front bumper lights
CDC Gt500 dead pedal
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KR500 axel backs
Steeda UD Pullies
Ford 4.10 gears
Posted 09 December 2012 - 07:18 AM
08SGT0096 GT-C, Kooks LT's, FRPP Hot Rod Cams, Pypes, Steeda UDP, Redline GO Hood struts
Posted 09 December 2012 - 05:43 PM
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