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Old 05-22-2013, 11:15 PM   #1
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what type of exhuast system is this?

Well I've been making progress on my first mustang project, I am at the point where motor is pulled and tranny is seperated and I am trying to figure out what all I have...the guy I got it from cobbed and rigged so much I'm sure I'm gonna lose my *** on this deal, but anyway I have searched google images trying to find a pic that looks the same but there is none so I'm going to post some pics , if anyone recognizes it please tell me... thanks

Now I am not sure what the mid section is H-pipe X-pipe ??-pipe, the pipes from the headers go in then out directly ahead of themselve but it is completely open in the inside tried to take a pic of it but couldn't get it really any help would be great. it almost seems like its just a catalytic converter with the guts smashed out
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Old 05-23-2013, 12:30 AM   #2
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I know that midpipe is a mac prochamber (i have one), not sure about the mufflers.
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Is it any good? Haven't really heard it yet so not sure how good it sounds do you like it?
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I love it, the prochamber combined with some good mufflers like flowmaster can really give it an old school sound.
Here is a link to my exhaust video on youtube, the video doesn't do it justice though.
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That would be a MAC catback sans tailpipes.



That's what the MAC catback looks like new.
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Old 05-23-2013, 06:02 PM   #6
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Well that's a problem solved....thanks guys I'm sure I'll be back with more questions.
PS...sweet ride soccerluvr you're right video doesn't do it justice but still sounds pretty sweet, I can just imagine what it'll sound like in person thanks again
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Aw you guys beat me too that. I knew what they were before I even read the post.
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Aw you guys beat me too that. I knew what they were before I even read the post.
Are you some sort of wizard?
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Old 05-23-2013, 11:10 PM   #9
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Are you some sort of wizard?
I think he is...lol he definitely knows his stangs, waiting for the answer to my other post, what year can it be...hahaha bet he'll know or be able to tell me how to figure it out
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Old 05-24-2013, 12:56 AM   #10
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i love the full mac setup
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After 16 years of going blind looking at performance parts you kinda learn alot about performance combinations, even if they are as complex as the 5.0 market that offers 50+ intakes and 40+ heads.. NOT INCLUDING CUSTOM PORTING COMPANIES!! I love the challenge of cratfing performance out of what has become the art form of performance. I say art because its every part has its true purpose. Its not like a chevy LS engine where you can close your eyes spin in circles and say I want to use this HCI/exhuast and have 500RWHP. Chevy performance is for morrons IMO. Learn quality performance is my thought. FORD? Flip Over Read Directions. If you cant, you better get out of the game because the fastest !/4 cars in the game are

FORD POWERED!

Past that you have corner carving and IMO the VIPER is king and there is no dispute. Great thing is that 99% of you dont know... The original VIPER was designed by, none other than, CARROL SHELBY. Thats right Carrol Shelby, the greatest hot rodder the planet has ever seen. Should I ever win the lottery the viper has to be the first car I would buy. As drving a viper is like cruizing the streeting in a LAZY BOY. The comfort is unmatched for anyone up to 6'3 tall and can do 3rd gear starts from a light like your driving a built 500HP 93 cobra in first gear.
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Carrol Shelby was a joke, he was an angry chicken farmer that surrounded himself with people that actually knew what they were saying. Next you'll tell us John Hennessey is a legend too
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Carrol Shelby was a joke, he was an angry chicken farmer that surrounded himself with people that actually knew what they were saying. Next you'll tell us John Hennessey is a legend too
Yes that man was a total joke...
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[QUOTE=scottydsntknow;1664637]Yes that man was a total joke...[/QUOTE

Right over my head lol
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The only difference between a viper an a porcupine is that a porcupine's pricks are on the outside. A viper, lol, what a joke.
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so this is what a derailed thread looks like
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