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  1. Sometimes at around 2000 rpm it'll do that. Keep in mind that this exhaust system will sound a little different on every car because of all the variables involved.
  2. When I'm just rolling down the road at around 40 or 50mph it's really not loud at all. On the freeway at 70 it's pretty quiet. The sound gets much louder when I get on it and that's what you hear in the video. Ray
  3. The system is 2,5 inch dia. stainless steel with stock exhaust manifolds.
  4. Take a listen to the sound of my 69 Mach1 351W with Flowmaster Super 44 muffllers. https://youtu.be/1x22fNFaaW0
  5. All the info you need is in this video. Ray https://youtu.be/JMnQRlPQsSs
  6. Damn an R code four speed! Wish mine was like your's!
  7. This video has the answer to your problem. Ray
  8. These control arms are the Moog problem solver brand part #CK8123 from Rock Auto. They have a less expensive Moog part listed on their site.
  9. https://youtu.be/JPuVxIYLNXM I installed new lower control arms and now the lower ball joints have movement in them like they are worn out. Has any else had this problem?
  10. https://youtu.be/UqImonFarVw I wasn't sure if this vintage Ford intake manifold would work with my shaker hood assembly until it was installed. See how it worked out. Ray
  11. I would like to install headers on my 69 Mach1 351W automatic. What have you used on your car and do they really fit well. How have they held up over time from rust or cracking. Is stainless or ceramic coated the best choice. Any info would be very helpful. Thanks, Ray
  12. If I install a T5 in my 69 Mach1 will the shifter line up with the hole in the center console? Ray
  13. Can anyone recommend front brake pads for my stock 69 Mach1? Everywhere I've looked the reviews are terrible. Most are missing the guide pin holes on the outside pad. Thanks, Ray
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