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|11-02-2014 05:53 AM|
I agree untamed67, im still trolling Youtube to check for ecoboost aftermarket exhaust.
To me the stock sounds ok. Never heard it in person and never owned a mustang until now. I just preorderd a 2015 Mustang ecoboost Magnetic. Im overseas now but as soon as im back home I will start to post pics and videos, as well as when I start to mod it. :-)
|09-28-2014 05:38 AM|
|untamed67||I wonder what happens when you change the exhaust to a sport version...(ford racing)|
|09-26-2014 05:23 PM|
Not everyone is doing it. They are only doing it on the Ecoboost model.
I'm not saying its good or bad, I'm just saying that it happens. I'd rather have it quiet than amplified I think. I don't like when its trying to be something its not.
|09-25-2014 11:14 AM|
Title is misleading, they're not pumping in FAKE engine sounds, their simply amplifying the sounds already there. Quite a large difference in description.
Whats there to be upset about it, if everyone is doing it wouldn't they be dam fools to do otherwise?
|09-25-2014 10:54 AM|
EcoBoost Mustang Makes Fake Engine Noises
Turbo engines are great, but they don't sound that amazing. Ford has decided to add fake engine noise to the EcoBoost Mustang in order to counter this problem. There will be augmented engine noise pumped through the speakers. Turbocharged BMWs do the same thing.
The discovery was made by Road & Track's Jason Cammisa. He removed a fuse from the Mustang EcoBoost and then the stereo AND the engine noise went quiet.
Autoblog had this to say:
One last weird point is that the engine noise is integrated into the stereo system. That means that if you replace the stereo, you won't get engine sound anymore.
Are you upset about this or are you happy it will make the engine sound louder?
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