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Old 01-31-2013, 10:24 PM   #1
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MAC Dual Conversion Kit

Well I just purchased my MAC for my 01 V6 and excited to get it. Planning to get it installed on Monday! Just another joy out of my purchase and wanted to share with you guys lol
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Does this connect to you're y pipe?
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Does this connect to you're y pipe?
Yes they do
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Old 01-31-2013, 10:41 PM   #4
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Should of gotten a custom one were they chop it and put a h or x pipe on
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Should of gotten a custom one were they chop it and put a h or x pipe on
I didn't want to go the extra mile and spend more money then I wanted. I heard the sound of it and didn't sound bad at all.
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Old 02-01-2013, 12:06 AM   #6
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Sounds great for the price... I highly recommend I may do the h pipe later but for now this is all you need... Helps you get your feet wet in dual exhaust set uos
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Sounds great for the price... I highly recommend I may do the h pipe later but for now this is all you need... Helps you get your feet wet in dual exhaust set uos
Yeah man I always wanted a dual. The previous car I owned which was a Pontiac Grand Prix was a v6 with a single exhaust. Already have a shop to instal my dual conversions to for around $125-$150
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Old 02-01-2013, 02:24 AM   #8
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Wow way to much for an install...you should be seeing under $100 since itll bolt right up. Check other shops to get quotes
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Dang really? 150!!! Takes me 15 min to unbolt and bolt my catback
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Old 02-01-2013, 07:40 AM   #10
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You can bolt that exhaust up quite easily, did it in the garage with jack stands with my dad in a few hours.
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Hm if you guys say that it doesn't take that long then I might do it myself with some assistance. Cause anything to save me some money
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My guy charged 75... It's super easy
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Old 02-01-2013, 09:36 AM   #13
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He even provided the hangers... That's the other thing make sure you buy the pypes hangar kit from am also
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He even provided the hangers... That's the other thing make sure you buy the pypes hangar kit from am also
Wait so I need more hangars? See I wasn't sure if I did or didn't.
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Depends on if the shop will provide them or not my mechanic did, however, if you wanna do it yourself uou need the pypes hangars read the reviews on am they say the same thing also shoot them a quick email and make sure before you buy more
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If you purchase the hangers you shouldn't have a problem installing then yourself.
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If you purchase the hangers you shouldn't have a problem installing then yourself.
Well what did you do exactly?
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I purchased the pypes hangers from AM, and followed the instruction manual on the site, and I had no trouble what so ever.
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Yep pypes hangars all you need
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Yep pypes hangars all you need
So I should buy them today then
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I would, man.
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What tools would you need to instal this exhaust? I'm thinking of buying this set up. Thanks!!
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What tools would you need to instal this exhaust? I'm thinking of buying this set up. Thanks!!
I'm assuming just simple hand tools. From what I hear there is no welding needed. It connects straight to the stock y-pipe
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You've heard right. No welding at all. All you'll need is simple hand tools like you said.
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You've heard right. No welding at all. All you'll need is simple hand tools like you said.
Thanks!! I think I might buy it now!
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Thanks!! I think I might buy it now!
I bought them! I should get them tomorrow
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Good deal man. You'll love em!
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MRRYANWEBB do u have the mac dual exhaust ?
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Yes I do V6in.
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I was wonderin. At 1.2 Rpms and close and over 3000 rpms is the only time I really notice it. Would u say the same or what?
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I can tell it pretty much at any point over 1000 RPMs.
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Hmmm that's weird I only notice it around what I stated.
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I would tell you why, but I have no clue why it would be like that for you.
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Just remember that exhaust when next to a true dual exhaust wont sound near as loud just something to keep in mind. You can also buy universal hangers at any autoparts stores.
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Just remember that exhaust when next to a true dual exhaust wont sound near as loud just something to keep in mind. You can also buy universal hangers at any autoparts stores.
Too late I spend the $56 on the Pypes hangars. And yeah I know. I'm planning to have the car for a while so might as well mod it now.
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