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Old 05-12-2014, 06:40 PM   #1
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I have a 99 v6 and need help with performance
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There you go man!! So like i was saying from the mods you have now I would pick up an exhaust then a tune actually so you don't have to get it retuned when you get your o/r pipe. Then a set of gears, which having an auto people usually go with 4.10s but if you drive a lot then I would recommend 3.73s. Install is really based on where you live it can vary state from state I would just call up a few shops when the time comes around.
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Exhaust for me is more important than anything. What is a good setup?
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It's really a personal opinion, what I like is an h pipe heading out to some nice flowmasters. The h pipe give it a classic muscle car sound and an x pipe will give it more rasp. I have heard x pipe and they also sound great. So it's really up to you. I would heck YouTube for some vids and find what you like
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I have looked at both of them on youtube and right now im leaning towards a hpipe. But should i keep the series 40 flowmasters on them
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If you like them now then yea I would say keep them and see what they sound like wih the h pipe. They are good mufflers a lot of people run them.
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If you like them now then yea I would say keep them and see what they sound like wih the h pipe. They are good mufflers a lot of people run them.

Adogg beside the sound that an H pipe and X pipe make, is there any difference performance wise?
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Adogg beside the sound that an H pipe and X pipe make, is there any difference performance wise?

The x pipe people say make a little bit more power... But nothing hugely noticeable. I would just go with which one you like the most.
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The x pipe people say make a little bit more power... But nothing hugely noticeable. I would just go with which one you like the most.

True ill have to hear the sound of both of then and chose one i see alot of people have x pipe n love the sound but other love the sound of the H pipe
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True ill have to hear the sound of both of then and chose one i see alot of people have x pipe n love the sound but other love the sound of the H pipe

The H-pipe sounds more appropriate for a mustang. The x-pipe sometimes sounds good tho
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The H-pipe sounds more appropriate for a mustang. The x-pipe sometimes sounds good tho

Yes it does just heard some clips and i do like the sound of an H pipe sounds more like a muscle car and the X pipe sounds a little raspy
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Yes it does just heard some clips and i do like the sound of an H pipe sounds more like a muscle car and the X pipe sounds a little raspy
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