I removed it when installing my oil catch can, the difference is very noticable, the quiet setting with my active exhaust before removing, sounds like the normal setting after removing the tube.
Yeah that's confusing me as well. Wouldn't it be quieter than before, if anything?The quiet setting now sounds like the normal mode ?
Thanks to your suggestion in an earlier post I bought the same "Pope" branded barbed inline tap from the hardware a couple of weeks ago. All I need now is the car which Ford are saying will be earlyish June.OP, another option is a $5.00 valve. Located here: https://www.mustang6g.com/forums/showthread.php?p=2128317#post2128317
. So you take out the sound tube out and the car is what ? One word pleaseYeah that's confusing me as well. Wouldn't it be quieter than before, if anything?
I get it. You have to read the post again. "Normal" mode now is as quiet as "Quiet" mode used to be.
My last car (2016 SHO) made just shy of 400hp to the tires through the stock exhaust and I replaced it's sound tube/intake with one from a Ford Flex that didn't have the sound tube. It made a lot of obnoxiously loud '15-17 5.0's look bad getting beat by a stock looking/sounding 4400lbs 4-door. In a video of a 70-166mph run I did, it was quiet enough on the inside you could hear my breathing.Just curious. Do people who spend money to make their exhaust systems louder also remove the sound tube which brings intake sound into the car?
I can understand removing it if you need better access but I have trouble understanding why so many guys don't like a tube which brings intake noise to the interior.
Old guy who likes to hear intake noise as well as exhaust noise.
The quiet setting now sounds like the normal mode ?
guys, please read carefully, the quiet before removing, sounds like normal after, i.e. it's much quieter now.Yeah that's confusing me as well. Wouldn't it be quieter than before, if anything?
The valve is intriguing, I don't really want to rip stuff out of the car so if that works just as well while keeping it pretty OEM looking I'm game.