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Old 05-12-2012, 05:07 PM   #1
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exhaust question

Can you use a 99-04 cat back system on a 98 mustang v6. I'm wanting to do a dual exhaust conversion and was curious if those parts would work or not.
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Old 05-12-2012, 11:49 PM   #2
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Re: exhaust question

The sn95 you have and the new edge this one you are refering too they are pretty much the exact same car except the body style so yes it will work.
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I thought it would but wanted to make sure. Would new edge pony headers work also?
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If ur looking for a good sound, cut behind the cats, do an H-pipe with 2 flow master 40s. Through most of the rpm band is sounds deep and throaty. Felt some power increase, over all probably the best v6 sound not cammed
I love mine.
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40s were my initial thought but I'm a poor college kid so I've been looking for cheaper parts and found a MAC exhaust for about $300 minus the midpipe. I'd like an xpipe too just for the more power but I'm trying to be realistic at the same time because I feel like a GT midpipe would be easier to find for cheap
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I had all mine done at a local shop for 540
I'd run around and get some price quotes.
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If ur looking for a good sound, cut behind the cats, do an H-pipe with 2 flow master 40s. Through most of the rpm band is sounds deep and throaty. Felt some power increase, over all probably the best v6 sound not cammed
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My mechanic said he would put it on for $50. There's a place in town that specializes in mustangs so I'm gonna see them when I get time.
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