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Old 03-19-2014, 09:24 PM   #1
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make it louder

Hi every one.

im looking to make my focus se 13 louder, I have to turn off the radio to the the thing go.

Ive seen the full exhaust, but thats not what im looking for.
-Maybe an intake ?
-new muffler
-or just the tip ??


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Old 03-19-2014, 09:29 PM   #2
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Tip wont do anything, just for looks. Depending on what muffler you get will either increase sound or decrease sound. And an intake will definitely make your car louder when you hit the throttle.
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if you just want to hear the engine roar quite a bait louder. just do a K&N Drop In and a snorkel delete. that should do the trick, if its not loud enough then go for a CAI system. if thats not loud enough then you're looking for an exhaust.
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if you just want to hear the engine roar quite a bait louder. just do a K&N Drop In and a snorkel delete. that should do the trick, if its not loud enough then go for a CAI system. if thats not loud enough then you're looking for an exhaust.
I barely noticed a difference with a drop in and snorkel delete. Now if you remove the air box lid, you'll really hear it.
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Old 03-19-2014, 11:53 PM   #5
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I did the green filter drop in( same as the COBB drop in) and it is a open end filter. It is way louder then the stock filter. do that and you will hear your engine for sure.
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Old 03-20-2014, 05:54 AM   #6
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oh yeah, i forgot to mention that. you need to have the lid off to really hear the roar!!
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you want it loud, get the FS Werks race exhaust. Muffler bolts directly to the flex followed by straight pipe. This tiny muffler replaces two mufflers and a stock resonator.
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Yes, fswerks exhaust are quite good, but the welding work are just abit rough. However its a good choice to take into consideration, i'd rather advise you go with the stealth. Its loud enough to get the blood pumping when you floor it. And doesnt annoy you too much when you go on road trips.
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If you want a nice rumble to the car, get the Stealth, if you want rally car loud, get the Race
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Also an intake always compliments an exhaust, just completes the sound
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