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Old 09-02-2012, 11:14 PM   #36
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I cut my y-pipe and have divorced duals with PYPES m-80's.no mid cats. Here's a pic and vid. It sounds better in person.


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Old 09-02-2012, 11:22 PM   #39
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I cut my y-pipe and have divorced duals with PYPES m-80's.no mid cats. Here's a pic and vid. It sounds better in person.


to help the OP out...that is crunch bent tubing

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i will say the tips look horrible though.....sorry
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Old 09-02-2012, 11:27 PM   #40
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I'm in the process of getting a gt cover with the cutouts. So I'll be getting the tips replaced and rewelded of course.
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Okay, good to see some crush bent pipes! On a slightly unrelated notw: has anyone gone through midas for their exhaust systems and are they expensive? I looked them up and there are a few near me
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Old 09-02-2012, 11:29 PM   #42
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Okay, good to see some crush bent pipes! On a slightly unrelated notw: has anyone gone through midas for their exhaust systems and are they expensive? I looked them up and there are a few near me
they are over priced and suck
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Old 09-02-2012, 11:30 PM   #43
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I repeat.... NO MIDAS
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Old 09-02-2012, 11:34 PM   #44
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Well thats good to know, haha i guess ill probably just go to a cheaper local shop then! My friend keeps telling me i dont even need to go to a shop and his cousin could do it for cheaper but i dont know if i should trust him.. Would it require a professional mechanic to put these things together or could someone with some experience with cars do it? Also: is there a way to get divorced pipes through another source other than exhaust shops? Like maybe an auto zone or something?
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i know at Advance we only carry section of intermidate tubing not enough to build an exhaust without ordering it....and to be honest a shop will be cheaper then doing it that way
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If your friend could weld. Do it! Remember money is always the issue here. Does he have a lift?
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i know at Advance we only carry section of intermidate tubing not enough to build an exhaust without ordering it....and to be honest a shop will be cheaper then doing it that way
Ok so it looks to me that ill be searching around for a while to find a shop! Sounds good

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If your friend could weld. Do it! Remember money is always the issue here. Does he have a lift?
Im not sure, ill need to ask him and ill get back to you, someone else said itd be cheaper just to get the crush bent metal and do everything at thr shop
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Well that's what I did. Good luck bro!
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Well that's what I did. Good luck bro!
Thanks man i appreciate the help
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Wait, according to american muscle i need to get a hpipe adapter kit and then the catback system if im going with hpipes?

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Wait, according to american muscle i need to get a hpipe adapter kit and then the catback system if im going with hpipes?

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an adapter kit is an option...but an exhaust shop can build it themselves for a lot less
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an adapter kit is an option...but an exhaust shop can build it themselves for a lot less
Oh okay awesome. Im talking to one of my friend thats put a couple dual exhausts in his cars (not trues) and it seems like hes saying i should just get a flowmaster kit. Idk if thats gonna be way more expensive though or if its gonna be cheaper
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it'd be more expensive because you'd be paying for flowmaster mufflers...if you want to save on costs go to a salvage yard or parts yard and buy some tail pipes and the h pipe off of any 94-04 GT...you can pretty much just add in the mufflers of your choice and get that put in for cheap. alot of guys do this to save on costs...torched did this on his sixxer

every exhaust i've ever bought has been used...it's just simpler to me lol
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it'd be more expensive because you'd be paying for flowmaster mufflers...if you want to save on costs go to a salvage yard or parts yard and buy some tail pipes and the h pipe off of any 94-04 GT...you can pretty much just add in the mufflers of your choice and get that put in for cheap. alot of guys do this to save on costs...torched did this on his sixxer

every exhaust i've ever bought has been used...it's just simpler to me lol
Thats a really good idea, it might only run me $250ish then maybe
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this is what im running on my six. i had the exhaust shop fab this up for me. they just added on to my stock pipe and made it a custom h pipe. i kept the cats but will get an off road pipe in the future. i just took him the flows and tips and he fabbed this for me for 150 bucks or so
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Re: What Should I Do to My Mustang!?

Here mysetup on my sixxer! Pypes Off-Road Mid-Pipes (Catless), Flowmaster Americain Thunder Cat-Back (Come with dual 40`s and stainless steel exhaust tips).

I juste bought theses 2 items... brings my car to my mecanic and in least then 2 hours, it was installed! Now i got the headers on the way i will see how loud is it... if its too loud, i will order some high-flow cats!







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this is what im running on my six. i had the exhaust shop fab this up for me. they just added on to my stock pipe and made it a custom h pipe. i kept the cats but will get an off road pipe in the future. i just took him the flows and tips and he fabbed this for me for 150 bucks or so
That looks good, how does it sound? And is the addition just crush bent piping?

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Here mysetup on my sixxer! Pypes Off-Road Mid-Pipes (Catless), Flowmaster Americain Thunder Cat-Back (Come with dual 40`s and stainless steel exhaust tips).

I juste bought theses 2 items... brings my car to my mecanic and in least then 2 hours, it was installed! Now i got the headers on the way i will see how loud is it... if its too loud, i will order some high-flow cats!
im looking to keep it street legal so catless wont work for me. Im also gonna try looking through a parts yard or just adding onto my y pipe if i can, like other posters here did, to save a lot of cash
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this is what im running on my six. i had the exhaust shop fab this up for me. they just added on to my stock pipe and made it a custom h pipe. i kept the cats but will get an off road pipe in the future. i just took him the flows and tips and he fabbed this for me for 150 bucks or so
i just cant see how that would flow good though...it seems like it'd slow down exhaust velocity because it's constantly backing in on itself..maybe its the angle of the pic
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i just cant see how that would flow good though...it seems like it'd slow down exhaust velocity because it's constantly backing in on itself..maybe its the angle of the pic
idk but it works. it was just a cheap setup to get duals for the moment thats all. idk about performance stuff or how it works but anyways im saving for an off road h pipe soon to take this one off
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So it might not be the best idea to just weld an extra pipe onto the y pipe like he did? Ill probably end up just getting the system off a junkyard gt
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So it might not be the best idea to just weld an extra pipe onto the y pipe like he did? Ill probably end up just getting the system off a junkyard gt
that's a simple way to do it...they'll just cut the h pipe from the GT catted midpipe and weld it up to yours
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