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the banks power pack i did on my 01 ex made a black & white difference. the v10 will pull a trailer w- 2 sleds & 6 people just like it was empty, no kidding. regular gas also. the response i got was well worth the 1800 or so i paid.
as goes for the increase in gas milage i saw a decrease of onlt 1 mpg/ that in itself is worth the price to pay. loud enough to harmonize w- the semi's i pass on the interstate at the same frequency!! a good setup.
 
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I'll just keep mine stock
 
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Post up some sound clips so we can hear them. I am looking at doing my exhaust pretty soon and need some help deciding what muffler to use.
 
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I know there hasn't been a post to this thread in over six years, but I sure wish more people would have posted part numbers and sound clips of their exhaust. I have a single Flowmaster 40 Series Delta Flow muffler (943043), and a Flowmaster
universal cat (2600230), and I really don’t like the way it sounds.

It sounds great at idle, and low RPMs, but I hate the way it sounds at high RPMs. Kind of like a high-pitched diesel.

2000 Excursion with a V10
 
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I don't think you're going to get much better sound from a V10 no matter what you do, while maintaining low-end throttle response.

The V10's exhaust pulses overlap more than a V8 does. Once you get it spinning up high enough, all that exhaust melds together.

Maybe with headers that don't dump all 5 cylinders into one collector you'd get a better sound...
 
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Easy fix. Cut the headers so cylinder 3 and 8 dump into their own collector and out the left side. The rest go out the pipe on the right. Now you have a nice loping V8 on one side and a Harley on the other. Sounds like they are racing each other down the road. I straight pipe the Harley side so when the cops come the are looking for a guy that dresses like a pirate and not me. Arrrr.
 
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2001 f250 v10 crew cab long box

Need help building a exhaust system for my v10. I have broken bolts in my manifolds so I figure I will replace every down to the exhaust tip.
 
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Need help building a exhaust system for my v10. I have broken bolts in my manifolds so I figure I will replace every down to the exhaust tip.
Don't go crazy, too big of an exhaust will cost you performance.
I recommend headers (long tubes will give you more than shorties) and a single 3" mandrel bent pipe feeding a glasspack type muffler. Simple and effective.
 
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Old 11-17-2015, 08:36 PM
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Originally Posted by WE3ZS View Post
Don't go crazy, too big of an exhaust will cost you performance.
I recommend headers (long tubes will give you more than shorties) and a single 3" mandrel bent pipe feeding a glasspack type muffler. Simple and effective.
Would banks compelet kit be a good idea or mix and match with different brands? Trying to help her breath better. I want a nice deep throatier sound when I hit the pedal but clam/quitter when at idle.
 
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Sure you can mix and match. Go for the Thorleys,($700) and then cut out the stock muffler and add a Jones Max Flow. ($60) assuming your tail pipe is in good shape. https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...r-install.html Swap the paper filter for a Dry Flow washable kind or *gasp* a K&N style. ($50) Keep the cat.

Even less expensive, hedmans & mod the ball sockets. ($400)
 
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Would banks compelet kit be a good idea or mix and match with different brands? Trying to help her breath better. I want a nice deep throatier sound when I hit the pedal but clam/quitter when at idle.

I like my Banks headers but I think that their full exhaust is overpriced. I would mix and match it, I like the Areoturbine 3030XL muffler and the stock air filter in the stock airbox.
 
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I like my Banks headers but I think that their full exhaust is overpriced. I would mix and match it, I like the Areoturbine 3030XL muffler and the stock air filter in the stock airbox.
I do agree that banks stuff is over price but I'm willing to pay the money for good quality. I like banks but the kit doesn't come with a high flow cat or offer it. What do you think of magnaflow kits?
 
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I have no experience with either a high flow cat (is something wrong with your current cat?) or the Magnaflow kits.
I have the Banks headers feeding my stock cat and stock 3" mandrel bent single exhaust through the stock muffler currently, eventually I will be swapping out the muffler for the Aeroturbine 3030XL. I'm not really expecting any more performance from it but I think they sound a little better with the headers. The headers and Y pipe did provide me with better throttle response across the RPM range and more power under high load conditions, we tow an 11k TT and they helped make climbing hills more fun.
 
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Originally Posted by WE3ZS View Post
I have no experience with either a high flow cat (is something wrong with your current cat?) or the Magnaflow kits.
I have the Banks headers feeding my stock cat and stock 3" mandrel bent single exhaust through the stock muffler currently, eventually I will be swapping out the muffler for the Aeroturbine 3030XL. I'm not really expecting any more performance from it but I think they sound a little better with the headers. The headers and Y pipe did provide me with better throttle response across the RPM range and more power under high load conditions, we tow an 11k TT and they helped make climbing hills more fun.
More power is always fun! I didn't want to put a whole new system in and then my cat fails down the road plus I hoping that there was a cat that would help with the air flow better then a stock cat. Did you get banks long tube or full length headers?
 
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I used the Banks 49138 kit for an F-250 without EGR.
Banks Power | 99-11 Ford - 6.8L V10; 6.2L V8>>TorqueTubeŽ Exhaust Manifolds
And this is the installation thread I made here.
https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...ll-w-pics.html
 

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