Well, I made an appointment for tomorrow to put the old exhaust back on. You guys who don't drive your cars daily or who curse around at 50 or 60 mph may not understand. But I drive alot everyday in stop and go traffic with an average speed around 40- 45 mph and that is exactly where the 2000 rpm drone is. My ears are ringing from the noise plus it is hard to talk to people or listen to the radio with the drone. Granted, I have already some hearing lost and my ears are more sensitive to low tones than an average person. And I love the sound except for the drone which by the way is worst at 2000 but can be heard at other speeds too.
So if anyone is looking for a Roush exhaust for a 2010 Mustang GTin the mid-hudson valley of NY, you can buy mine for just $375, only one week old.
Sold the Roush exhaust to someone from the Ford dealership and the delaer didn't charge me anything for putting the stock exhaust back on. I have ordered a set of Magnaflows from the dealer and will get installed this week. Then I plan to video tape again the same trip with the new mufflers so everyone can compare the difference. It sure is nice to drive my car again without hurting my ears .
If you read previous post from me you remember that I installed the Roush
catback system on my 2010 GT but the drone was too much for me. I had the Roush remove and the stock system put back on. Then a couple of days ago I had Magnaflow axle back mufflers installed. What follows is an unscienctific review of the Roush vs Maganflows. The videos below are the two systems at idle and from inside the car going over the same route. I also posted a drive-by video of the Magnaflows which includes a peel out. This I think is my final exhaust mod. Next I need to attack the wheel hop problem.
Car is stock except for a K&N air filter, Magnaflow mufflers and Brenspeed 93 octant tune.