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  1. Agreed, the Ford Performance "KR" mufflers are indeed no drone and would be one of my top choices as well. They were also the "OEM" muffler for the 2008-2009 Shelby GT500KR edition. What I don't like about them however is, they hang really low from the rear valance and the tips are only 3.5" that don't quite fill up the bumper cutouts. If cosmetics aren't a factor? then I would most definitely recommend them. If they are a factor, then Corsa is also a high-quality muffler that's engineered and guaranteed not to produce drone with its patented RSC drone canceling technology. What I also like about the Corsa, is they're constructed from 304 grade SS and are backed by a full lifetime warranty. Although they are very expensive at $800.00+ so just keep that in mind. You could also look into the Roush Extreme Catback system which is a mid-muffler design that includes high-flow resonators in the over the axle pipes along with axle-back delete pipes that include 4" 304 SS tips. The Roush system is also designed and engineered to produce virtually no interior resonance drone. That being said, the Roush Extreme Catback and Borla ATAK axle-back are my top 2 choices for my "2006" supercharged Mustang GT. followed by the Ford Performance FR500S "KR" mufflers.
  2. Well obviously you do need to work on it, otherwise, you would've taken the time to read my response that I re-posted in the Shelby GT sub-forums for which you suggested in the first place in which I clearly stated in my response that I searched the forums before even signing up on this site, however, all you did was repeat what you had already previously posted just as you're doing once again. And just for the record, I may be new on this site, but I've been a member on several other Mustang sites in which on one of them I've been a member for nearly 13 years However the differences between you and me are this. When a forum member reaches out seeking feedback and advice, I'll do whatever I can to support them by providing direct answers to their questions and if by chance I don't have personal knowledge about the particular topic in question? I'll then do whatever I can to find the info to provide for them by searching the sub-forums on their behalf because I don't feel that it's asking too much when it comes to providing feedback and support for someone who is in need. You, on the other hand, are nothing more than a self-centered hypocrite who contradicts himself with his alternative facts by repeating the same paragraphs when posting a response lol. And btw: if you had actually been sincere about providing any type of feedback and support by providing actual info regarding the Borla system I've been inquiring about, you would've done so when it was first requested from the very beginning in the first place. Also, if there had been plenty of topics within TS about that particular Borla system as you supposedly claim? how is it that nobody else on this forum seems to know anything about them, except for yourself lol. Well, I'll provide you with 2 reasons. First off, I searched every single sub-forum on TS in the Shelby GT forums just as you first suggested over 2 days ago under the Shelby GT, GT-H Modifications and Tech sub-forums for which I came up empty and therefore leads me up to the second reason, which is the topics in question just simply do not exist, otherwise I would've found them and I'm also quite certain that other forum members would've provided links for them as well. So you can go right ahead by trying to B.S folks with your worthless alternative facts and sugar coat them all you want for all I care. The bottom line is this. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to know full well that you never had any real intentions of providing any actual feedback and support, to begin with. That being said, you can keep your worthless opinions to yourself by having no further interest in responding... Have a nice day. Just bear in mind the Borla ATAK is a straight thru, multi-core design which Borla claims are designed and sound tuned for specifically naturally aspirated 4.6L 3 valve Mustangs and are not recommended for heavily modified or supercharged applications. From my understanding of the GTA's, they're considered as a chambered designed muffler. That info was acquired from Supreme Performance who was the manufacturer of the GTA's.
  3. Are you frigging serious or what??? You posted the very same response over on the Shelby GT500 Modifications and Tech forum 2 days ago. You then suggested going to the Shelby GT Sub Forums in which I did exactly just that. And now you're trying to claim that I haven't done so? Well, what sub-forum do you think you're responding in right now, Slick??? Perhaps you should consider taking a refresher course in reading comprehension. The bottom line is this. If for whatever reason you're unable to provide some actual feedback? then just don't bother submitting a response at all. With that being said, I'll provide you with the very same response that was provided to you from 2 days ago over on the Shelby GT500 Modifications and Tech sub-forums. On 2/13/2019 at 11:48 PM, Supercharged "2006" GT said; First off, I'm fully well aware that everyone is going to perceive sound/drone differently. However, that was not my question. Also FYI: I did use the search tool functions before signing up on this site and nothing came up. And second, The Borla exhaust in which I'm inquiring about was designed for the 2007-2009 Shelby GT500 which was my reason for submitting in the GT500 tech and exhaust sub-forums in the first place. As for trusting Borla is concerned? I did trust them when they recommended purchasing the S-Type axle back section nearly 2 years ago over the Borla ATAK which was my original choice. Therefore I need to find out from anybody on this site if they've had any personal experience or knowledge about the Borla 140210 multi-core exhaust system as to whether or not they experienced any type of resonance drone and nothing more. In the meantime, I can certainly try submitting my questions and concerns over on the Shelby GT subforums, but I highly doubt that anyone over there is going to have any knowledge towards that particular exhaust system in question.
  4. Thanks for providing the 2 videos, as the ATAK's sound really great on your car. I would also like to know if your 2008 Shelby GT is either naturally aspirated or supercharged? My reason for asking is I was told by Borla tech support that the Borla ATAK is neither designed nor tuned for heavily modified or supercharged 4.6L 3v applications. but are only designed for naturally aspirated 4.6L 3v applications.
  5. Hi, everyone. Although I've been on several Mustang forums for quite a few years, this will be my first on the team Shelby Forums. Anyway, my question is this. Would anyone have any knowledge of the Borla XR-1 (140210) multi-core Catback exhaust? My reason for asking is several tech support reps from Borla I have spoken with over the phone have all recommended this multi-core exhaust in which they claim will not produce any resonance drone on a 2007-09 Shelby GT500. They also claim that despite the fact that I own a 2006 Mustang GT with a Saleen Series VI supercharger, the Borla (140210) multi-core exhaust system will also be compatible with a 4.6L supercharged 3 valve application. At any rate, I've been running the Borla S-Type paired with the Mac ProChamber for nearly 2 years now and although I really like the overall sound from the outside of the car, however, I cannot deal with the annoying interior resonance drone between 1500-2500 RPM on the highway. Therefore I have no other choice but to make a change. I also asked the folks over at Borla about making the switch from the S-Type to the Borla ATAK and they said the ATAK mufflers are tuned and designed specifically for only naturally aspirated 4.6L 3v Mustangs and would therefore not be recommended for my supercharged application, as the blower would change the sound of the exhaust note and also increase the volume as a direct result. Anyhow, I received the Borla multi-core system a few days ago, but I'm not quite certain as to whether or not I should install it or just return it back? As the last thing I need to be worried about is ending up with another exhaust system that I'm not going to be very happy with. Needless to say, my only other choice would be either the Roush Extreme Catback exhaust with axle-back delete pipes or possibly the Ford Performance FR500S axle-backs aka KR's. However, I would prefer either the Borla ATAK or the Borla (140210) multi-core cat-back exhaust, providing they would be compatible with my particular application that doesn't produce drone. In the meantime, I'd be really grateful to anyone who might be able to provide any type of feedback and support. Thanks in advance, -Rocky
  6. First off, I'm fully well aware that everyone is going to perceive sound/drone differently. However, that was not my question. Also FYI: I did use the search tool functions before signing up on this site and nothing came up. And second, The Borla exhaust in which I'm inquiring about was designed for the 2007-2009 Shelby GT500 which was my reason for submitting in the GT500 tech and exhaust sub-forums in the first place. As for trusting Borla is concerned? I did trust them when they recommended purchasing the S-Type axle back section nearly 2 years ago over the Borla ATAK which was my original choice. Therefore I need to find out from anybody on this site if they've had any personal experience or knowledge about the Borla 140210 multi-core exhaust system as to whether or not they experienced any type of resonance drone and nothing more. In the meantime, I can certainly try submitting my questions and concerns over on the Shelby GT subforums, but I highly doubt that anyone over there is going to have any knowledge towards that particular exhaust system in question.
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