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Old 08-03-2003, 09:29 AM   #1
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I didnt read the ENTIRE article but I think one little thing needs to be noted to this..

You dont LOSE torque when you step up to dual 2.25" or 2.5" pipes.

Because the engine breathes easier, the torque is moved higher up in the RPM range. This can seem like you lost your bottom end power, and most people confuse it with this.

In reality, you still have that torque, it just peaks at a higher RPM than it did before.

2.25" pipes are usually best for anyone. You can step up to 2.5" pipes if you have some torque-y mods (ie underdrive pulley, gears, etc. ), this way these other mods will make p for what you "lost"
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Old 08-06-2003, 10:33 PM   #2
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The 99+ GT take offs will fit perfectly on 99 - 01 after that the gas tanks on th 6 gets in the way and the pipe has to be fabricated around it. I have a 2000 and they put Ford OEM GT pipes from the flows back, everything above the flows are factory V-6, Yes, back pressure IS good!
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