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Old 06-25-2012, 04:40 PM   #1
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what type of mid pipe yall lowered mustangs run

Just lowered my mustang and I need a new exhaust bc this one just hangs too low... What type h pipe do y'all have and I don't mean stock or anything stock related strictly aftermarket and has to be h pipe. Please help? Thanks...
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Old 06-26-2012, 12:28 AM   #2
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How much was ur springs is that all u have to lower
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Old 06-26-2012, 12:31 AM   #3
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I know it's not an H-pipe but I run a Bassani x-pipe on my lowered stang.
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They're h&r springs. 1.75 front plus 1/2 bc I didn't use the spacers from the steeds ball joints, and 1.6 rear. I have pypes off road exhaust and that suck bc they're too low, and makes people laugh too bc they think the car us too low, dumbasses, doesn't bother me tho.
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My Shelby is lowered. Have a kooks midpipe and it's down there.. Scrape occasionally
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Or you can do like I do and whenever I think I'm about to scrape I rev hard and loud and it masks the scraping sound and gets some thumbs up. Haha
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Take it to a shop. They can loosen up everything, tuck it all in and retighten/weld with new hangers and adjust your exhaust tips. Slowing down helps, js cause I'm lowered 2" and have bungled up custom mid pipe that usually only drags if I don't slow down to almost not moving.
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I have an H off a GT.
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I have a off road mac shorty h.

My sub frames usually hit before the h pipe

Just take things slow and go over speed bumps at an angle and you should be fine.
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