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Old 12-23-2009, 08:34 AM   #1
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Hello guys! Here i am with another problem lol

i have installed true duals on my 2000 v6 with a catted x pipe (i live in va) and ever since i got them installed (by someone that didnt know much) ive had problems. Now i took it to the dealer and got it all fixed...

But since it was installed bad the first time i feel my exhaust is hanging too low, when i step away from the car i can see my cats, is that normal? I havent been able to compare - i can go over speed bumps fine tho. And the tips are a bit, tiny bit crooked - which makes me not happy at all...

Now my quetion to u guys is... Would u recommend going back to the old y and buying a cat back that connects to the y pipe? Since a lot of ppl have said that a catted x pipe doesnt do much on a v6.

I know its a lot of txt to read sorry... But i appreciate the help!
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Man, sorry to hear you're still having problems after all the trouble you had with it before.

That's a tough call man...to go back to the stock y-pipe. I have the stock y right now and want to get rid of it. You could run divorced pipes from the headers to the catback piping. If you want to retain cats you could have the aftermarket ones welded into the divorced piping.

Personally, I would stay away from the stock y-pipe now that you've already removed it once. You could try and align the piping from the axles back to the new divorced piping and that may solve the piping hanging low and your tips being crooked.
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Thanks man! I think divorced pipes sound like an option... It also sounds like it would b cheaper!

What bout my cats being visible... Is that normal on after market cats or exhaust systems?
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How low are they? I'm trying to picture them on my car (it's in storage an 1+ hours away). I can see the first set with heat shields when I bend down and look under the car. The second set starts going upward towards the headers, so you shouldn't be able to see them.

You shouldn't be able to see them when standing up and looking at the car...if that's the case, they're probably hanging too low.
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Ill take a pic when i get home and post it... The set up i have is nice, i just dont think it was done right from day 1... Which makes me not like it.

U have ur car in storage? Niiice! Haha =p
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I've heard good things about that setup you've got. The Pypes one right? It's a shame that it wasn't installed properly, it's nearly impossible to get the same piping sorted out once it's messed up. At least you actually care to get it fixed and looking good. I see too many people with low hanging tips or crooked piping and it drives me crazy to see

Yah, I put it in there back in October and it will stay there until late March (if the snow and salt is completely gone)

I stop by every time I'm on break and start it up for a little while, so that's nice...but it sure does suck not being able to actually drive it.
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I KNOW MAN! WE JUST GOT A CRAZY SNOW STORM HERE IN DC/VA! I HAVENT DRIVEN BECAUSE OF THE SNOW AND SALT ALL OVER THE PLACE... I JUST PURCHASED A CAR COVER FROM A.M. SO WHENEVER I GET IT I GONNA TAKE MY CAR TO THE CAR WASH AND COVER IT UP!

STORAGE IS PROBABLY EXPENSIVE!



THATS MY SET UP - A LITTLE VIDEO I MADE =)
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NICE VIDEO BRO....i would try an o/r H PIPE, makes is sounds deep and cammy espically in 1-4 rpms, after that the v6 starts peaking out but thats gonna happen with every exhaust set up on a v6 lol,
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I thought going with a dual exhaust set up on the V6 caused the exhaust to hang low, just with the way it has to hang and such :dunno:

Could be wrong.
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MMM I WOULD HAVE TO PAY ATTENTION TO OTHER V6's WITH DUAL EXHAUST... I THINK IT MIGHT BE BECAUSE OF THE X PIPE. I THINK IF IT WOULD'VE BEEN THE Y PIPE IT WOULD B JUST FINE...

I WOULD GO WITH OFF-ROAD BUT ITS ILLEGAL IN VA! I NEED CATS =/
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Re: 2000 v6 exhaust help

Sometimes the catback/headerback systems are a couple of inches too long and don't sit flush under the car. The longer length pushes the axle pieces down and causes the tips to tilt down.

I know my converter back (y-pipe) system was a tad bit to long and this happened. My tips were tilted down under the bumper. My mechanic cut out an inch or two and it solved the problem. Then when I installed a GT bumper with the cutouts, I had to use different hangers for the tips so they would sit up in the cutout nicely.
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Where in VA are you. I'm stationed at Norfolk, but live in the beach. Been shopping around for a dual exhaust for my 'Stang. Yours isn't a bad setup. Sounds great.
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Re: 2000 v6 exhaust help

THANKS! IM IN ALEXANDRIA VA LIKE 10 OR 7 MINUTES FROM DC.

THIS IS WHAT I HAVE
Pypes SFM56 Pypes 1996-04 V6 Mustang Exhaust True-Dual System w/ catted X-pipe w/ Polished Tips - SFM56
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HERES A PIC I TOOK THIS MORNING... THATS WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE!
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Hello guys! Here i am with another problem lol

i have installed true duals on my 2000 v6 with a catted x pipe (i live in va) and ever since i got them installed (by someone that didnt know much) ive had problems. Now i took it to the dealer and got it all fixed...

But since it was installed bad the first time i feel my exhaust is hanging too low, when i step away from the car i can see my cats, is that normal? I havent been able to compare - i can go over speed bumps fine tho. And the tips are a bit, tiny bit crooked - which makes me not happy at all...

Now my quetion to u guys is... Would u recommend going back to the old y and buying a cat back that connects to the y pipe? Since a lot of ppl have said that a catted x pipe doesnt do much on a v6.

I know its a lot of txt to read sorry... But i appreciate the help!

honestly man should have went with the o/f h pipe, gives alot more ballzier sound for the v6 and between 1-3 rpm it actually sounds like a mean *** v8, i get gt and cobra guys always giving me props on my sound, h pipe, flowmaster, and 2.5 tips, i dont even have headers yet but will go long tube, but you already purchased so lets make the best of this cause i have heard some sound decent with your set up, GO BACK to the place that screwed it up and speak with the owner and tell him your not happy, the owner will do whatever he can cause he doesnt want you spreading bad business, an employee there could careless, so SPEAK WITH THE OWNER! tell him hes guys left your pipes crooked which has happen to me and i did exactly what just told you, they spent 2 hours leveling it off and the owner personally measured it, i use that shop all the time now and get A+ service, ypur pipes are crooked cause he was going around your fuel tank in a hurry and didnt feel like flushing it perfectly where it want touch and the welding firm so it want move, instead he just stayed far away possible from it so your junk is crooked now, the guy WILL FIX this then you can let him know about the cats, honestly for sound wise i would delete them, ofcourse thats for sound NOT performance, sounds mean though! good luck man just go back there and talk to the owner man to man
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Re: 2000 v6 exhaust help

Thanks!
I would honestly delete the cats but where i live, va, its illegal =(
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I love those wheels. Those are the wheels I was planning on getting after I fix my exhaust.
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I got hit with a big fat NO-NO for asking if I could delete my cats.
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Thanks!

Hahaha i know. My system doesnt sound bad at all tho, i cant complain!
It has high-flow cats.

The wheels r sexy! 18x9 front and 18x10 rear. =)
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Keep the cats on a V6. Also, the pypes system is notorious for not fitting correctly, I had issues with their O/R X on my old V6 several years ago when they first came out.

To the OP...that's not low at all. If you're hitting/scraping those you need to learn how to drive. Here's a side shot of my car how I drive it all the time for comparison.


I have around 3 inches from the ground to the bottom of my exhaust. I don't bottom out unless I'm not paying attention.
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No no im not hitting or scrapping them... I just thought it looked a bit weird, doesnt bug me much anymore tho!

Thanks for all the input guys, i really appreciate it!
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No no im not hitting or scrapping them... I just thought it looked a bit weird, doesnt bug me much anymore tho!

Thanks for all the input guys, i really appreciate it!
Just one of those things man, there's not enough room under the car to completely tuck everything up. Especially with the size of most modern cats.
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I FEEL U BRO!

I HAVE BEEN THINKIN BOUT GETTIN A NEW CAI... RIGHT NOW I HAVE THE AMERICAN MUSCLE ONE, I THINK ITS LIKE 70 BUCKS? BUT I SAW THIS ONE AND IT LOOKS BETTER - IT HAS THE FILTER INSIDE RATHER THEN OUT BY THE WHEEL. SEEMS TO BE EASIER TO CLEAN TOO, WHAT DO U GUYS THINK?

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I HAVE BEEN THINKIN BOUT GETTIN A NEW CAI... RIGHT NOW I HAVE THE AMERICAN MUSCLE ONE, I THINK ITS LIKE 70 BUCKS? BUT I SAW THIS ONE AND IT LOOKS BETTER - IT HAS THE FILTER INSIDE RATHER THEN OUT BY THE WHEEL. SEEMS TO BE EASIER TO CLEAN TOO, WHAT DO U GUYS THINK?

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To be honest man, I really don't think a different CAI is going to net you any more serious gains, at least none worth the extra money spent. It's up to you, it is your car, but personally, I'd stick with the AM CAI and use the money for something else.
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It's all preference...you're not going to see much gains on your setup however you decide to get air in the engine.
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And 70 bucks for a CAI as apposed to the other one there. I know where I'm putting my money. I bought the 70 dollar one when it was on sale for 59. That was a year ago. No problems at all. Love it, love it love it.
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To be honest man, I really don't think a different CAI is going to net you any more serious gains, at least none worth the extra money spent. It's up to you, it is your car, but personally, I'd stick with the AM CAI and use the money for something else.
yea hes right but if your just wanting to get one and have the money go with a MAC cold air.....it has this nice whistle in between gears when it breathes, pretty cool agressive sound, performance wise any intake to the wheel aint but like 2 or 3 HP lol, but its part of the mod list you need to work inconjuction with everything else! G's UP:drinkbud:
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thanks guys! i see you have a supercharger, what mods do u need to make in order to have the supercharger installed properly on your car? do you notice big differences?
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well long story but my supercharger popped the first week and its been a nasty rebuild since but yea its nice just makes sure you have it inspected before install lol, my bearings on it were already shot and i had no idea! anyway mods work inconjuction, your always start with your basic cai, exhaust,and if your gonna run high boost throw some internals in there, then cam, pulleys, then some springs to help with a lauch and ofcouse your rearend needs to be upgraded like posi tract and some gears or drop dime and uprade to 8 inch rearend and blah blah blaha more money more money refinace new morgage more money blah blah blahhhh! its a drug man STOP NOW LOL, the qeustion is how serious are you about having the baddest 6 in town, its one thing to be a mean v8 its another to have a lil v6 but be the one everybody wants to beat.....and still get 25 miles to the gallon! but like i said it gets expensive and when you have all these mods and something goes wrong its bad....real bad lol,,,,,but when your blowing v8s out at 110 mph its good.....real good!
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