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Old 09-14-2014, 02:03 PM   #1
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Pipes the beast exhaust

Can this exhaust be put on a v6 mustang? On american muscle it just says for gt. But the kit doesnt have headers
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I believe the pipe diameter is bigger than your stock pipes. You'd have to get an exhaust shop to modify the connection point

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I believe the pipe diameter is bigger than your stock pipes. You'd have to get an exhaust shop to modify the connection point

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So is there any catless systems on american muscle for a v6 that will fit correctly with a gt bumper?
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You can also get the pacesetter adapter kit and then you can use any gt catback

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http://m.americanmuscle.com/pacesett...it-9904v6.html

Here is for that set nice thing is you can use your stock headers if you have them

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I need loud not just duals
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I need loud not just duals
Word of advise though, loud doesn't necessarily mean good. V6s tend to get very raspy. Especially if you're shooting for a loud, off-road exhaust, which is what you seem to be aiming for.

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Word of advise though, loud doesn't necessarily mean good. V6s tend to get very raspy. Especially if you're shooting for a loud, off-road exhaust, which is what you seem to be aiming for.

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Its a v6 and i dont really wanna hide it lol. When its parked nobody will be able to tell what it is then when i turn the car on to their shock its a v6
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I understand that, but I just wanted to give you a heads up that, unlike the V8s, the V6 doesn't sound better the louder you make it. There's a point where the tone becomes raspy and ugly. I believe that the companies that created a mild-volumed, refined exhaust for the V6s are the ones that got it right. I've had experience modding the exhaust of both a V8 and V6 Mustang and I'll say that, with the V6, less is more in terms of volume.
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I understand that, but I just wanted to give you a heads up that, unlike the V8s, the V6 doesn't sound better the louder you make it. There's a point where the tone becomes raspy and ugly. I believe that the companies that created a mild-volumed, refined exhaust for the V6s are the ones that got it right. I've had experience modding the exhaust of both a V8 and V6 Mustang and I'll say that, with the V6, less is more in terms of volume.

Again i want the car to be louder than it is right now. I have always wanted the car to have the loudest street legal setup i dont care about rasp or anything that a v6 engine produces i just want it louder
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Okay, okay. It's your car, do what you want. I'm not here to tell you no. I'm just warning you that loud and raspy doesn't sound good and you'll more than likely get a lot of people's attention with it, but not in a good way. That's my 2 cents. I'm done now.
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You'll get the loudest if you go straight pipe with no cats but that's illegal
3" tubing with straight pipes is still really loud
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You'll get the loudest if you go straight pipe with no cats but that's illegal
3" tubing with straight pipes is still really loud
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Can this exhaust be put on a v6 mustang? On american muscle it just says for gt. But the kit doesnt have headers

Good question! If you're looking to run any GT Catback on your V6 misterpancho95 is right on the money here that you would need Pace Setter's Adapter Kit.

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