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Old 04-11-2013, 05:38 PM   #36
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If you want a nice sound for a v6 you should do what project pony did his sounds great. Look at his thread in this section. "Complete overhaul for mustang week"
I wish you guys could hear it in person!
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If you want a nice sound for a v6 you should do what project pony did his sounds great. Look at his thread in this section. "Complete overhaul for mustang week"
I keep up with it, I love that thread
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I keep up with it, I love that thread
Yeah same here you should go with his setup if you want a nice sound

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I keep up with it, I love that thread
So what do y'all think about a PaceSetter V6 Dual Exhaust Adapter Kit h pipe and a mac daul conversion kit
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I keep up with it, I love that thread
Thanks, thats good to hear. I'll have some free time soon to get more work done this week, or next so keep a look out. Ive been busy with my wife's doctor visits, and I home school my little girl so free time for the car is at a premium. I still hoping to have it ready for mustang week.
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Thanks, thats good to hear. I'll have some free time soon to get more work done this week, or next so keep a look out. Ive been busy with my wife's doctor visits, and I home school my little girl so free time for the car is at a premium. I still hoping to have it ready for mustang week.
Well I wish you luck man, your thread has taught me a lot
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So what do y'all think about a PaceSetter V6 Dual Exhaust Adapter Kit h pipe and a mac daul conversion kit
it'll allow you to bolt up any 99-04 GT catback whenever you want making it a nice upgrade...you can really play around with exhaust then
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The pacesetter adapter is what I have on theere now and it's decent.

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What I would do right now if I were you is go with the pace setter converter and pick up a nice gt cat back exhaust. This leaves the cats alone so you won't have any engine lights or problems like that, the h-pipe design makes the v6 sound deeper and less raspy, and it's pretty cheap. I'm using the pacesetter conversion and a magnaflow cat back on mine right now and I've been happy with it.
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it'll allow you to bolt up any 99-04 GT catback whenever you want making it a nice upgrade...you can really play around with exhaust then
How much would the gt cat back cost, can I only use this for the gt cat back
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gt catback prices vary...and yeah it'll work with any 99-04 GT catback
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If I put a gt cat back on my car will it sound weird with it being a v8 pipes on a v6?
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yea man thats why im here, exhaust are not my strong spot
Bo worries bro, thats why were here! Check out the sticky thread about exhausts on here and also americanmuscle.com has a good page explaining the differences in exhausts. Trust me I screwed around with my exhaust for a long time before I actually got it done. Don't cheap out, do it right the first time. if you don't, you will hate it and pour more money into mufflers and different parts to get the sound you want. Go to different exhaust shops and get quotes on how much it would be for a catback. It can't hurt!
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If I put a gt cat back on my car will it sound weird with it being a v8 pipes on a v6?
lol no the v8 pipes are the same ones we us for the v6 pipes
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The V6 models if i am not mistaken came with 2 & 1/4" piping while the GTs came with 2 & 1/2" piping, you will need to get the correct piping. If you get Long Tubes then you will need a shorty midpipe, and if you get shorty headers then you will need either a full length O/R midpipe, or a catted midpipe. With the full length/catted midpipes you can leave your stock manifolds if the rest of the exhaust fits up to it.

If you are worried about the cats I would personally get shorty headers, a catted h/x pipe, and the catback of your choice, All in 2 & 1/2" piping.

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yea im only 16 so i have quite a few years to learn
I just turned 18, and i've been on the forum for 14 months so far, and only 2 of those months i have owned a Mustang. In those 14 months i have learned more than would have ever believed i would have learned. You just have to keep open minded and ask a lot of questions (like you are), eventually the information will make sense and it will retain.
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lol no the v8 pipes are the same ones we us for the v6 pipes
Awesome I was worried

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The V6 models if i am not mistaken came with 2 & 1/4" piping while the GTs came with 2 & 1/2" piping, you will need to get the correct piping. If you get Long Tubes then you will need a shorty midpipe, and if you get shorty headers then you will need either a full length O/R midpipe, or a catted midpipe. With the full length/catted midpipes you can leave your stock manifolds if the rest of the exhaust fits up to it.

If you are worried about the cats I would personally get shorty headers, a catted h/x pipe, and the catback of your choice, All in 2 & 1/2" piping.

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I just turned 18, and i've been on the forum for 14 months so far, and only 2 of those months i have owned a Mustang. In those 14 months i have learned more than would have ever believed i would have learned. You just have to keep open minded and ask a lot of questions (like you are), eventually the information will make sense and it will retain.
Thanks man, this helped a lot!!

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