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Old 09-24-2012, 07:15 PM   #1
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Crazy exhaust problem!

So I'm driving home today. And I go Dow this hill maybe a little to fast and my rear end bottoms out a little. No biggie. Then all of a sudden I start seeing smoke. So I pull over look under my car and both flow master tips broke clean from the flow masters taking a better look when they did the exhaust they welded the tips into the flows and the exhaust tip was rubbing my
Tires. So now I'm running straight flows. Will that cause problems.?
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so you are basically saying you lost the tailpipes? no exhaust after the mufflers?

if thats the case then it will be fine as long as the fumes dont bother you. they dont bother me on my stang.
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Yep exactly no tailpipes. Ok good. You don't have tailpipes on your mustang? I think it sounds actually pretty good I a weird way lol
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nope. my mufflers are dumped before the rear axle. : good:
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nope. my mufflers are dumped before the rear axle. : good:
Me too, well not right now. But when I want piece and quiet they do.
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I'm a fan of tail pipes also!! I hate smelling like exhaust after cruising. Especially if I had plans I had to take cologne and a spare shirt..
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Old 09-25-2012, 11:03 AM   #7
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Lol yeah I am too. But right now ima leave it the way it is until inspection time comes around.
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