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Old 05-02-2012, 12:09 PM   #1
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So ill have the money for some new parts next month and I plan to order a Cai with a tuner and bbk longtubes with carted x pipe and i wanna sell my mac axlebacks and replace them with pypes mid muffler catback to try and get a 2v sound Anyone have opinions on the pypes mid muffler?
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I have Borla stingers and I'm not very pleased w em... I was thinking of going Mac... U have a video of your car w em on? And I was really wanting to go mid as well... Just can't find a shop to work on my car due to no cats
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Pypes mid muffler has a real good sound but fitment is terrible. I changed the pypes deletes out with roush deletes, much better fit + o/r x pipe
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Are you sure it all fits together? Pypes mid mufflers descriptions say it is intended for shorty headers.

Also, fitment for my system was ALMOST perfect. Driver header rubs column, which is common. I fixed it with a pry bar.
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Yeah mine still has stock shorty headers
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Old 05-04-2012, 11:35 AM   #6
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Pypes mid muffler has a real good sound but fitment is terrible. I changed the pypes deletes out with roush deletes, much better fit + o/r x pipe
You have mid muffler?

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I have Borla stingers and I'm not very pleased w em... I was thinking of going Mac... U have a video of your car w em on? And I was really wanting to go mid as well... Just can't find a shop to work on my car due to no cats
I have old videos they sound better now that they have been on for 2 months they sound really good just not sure how they will sound with the longtubes and a x pipe.
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Yeah it's pypes mid muffler all the back and I switched out tailpipes for roush deletes
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Old 05-04-2012, 05:57 PM   #8
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So they won't for right with longtubes and a shorty x pipe
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Old 05-04-2012, 07:14 PM   #9
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Long tubes nor shorty pipe is the problem. The mid muffler exhaust is the problem. Once you get it aligned without mufflers hitting the gas tank you will have to have hangars on tailpipes rewelded to fit into bumper holes. Nonetheless it is a great sounding exhaust but not a lot of research was put into the fitting on the s197 stang It makes you think the mufflers are under the trunk for a reason lol
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So ill have the money for some new parts next month and I plan to order a Cai with a tuner and bbk longtubes with carted x pipe and i wanna sell my mac axlebacks and replace them with pypes mid muffler catback to try and get a 2v sound Anyone have opinions on the pypes mid muffler?
Word of advice.. Buy the same brand!! Do NOT mix and match long tube/mid muffler set ups... You will be fighting it for day's if you do..
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Old 05-04-2012, 07:35 PM   #11
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What does Charles know he has a v6 hood
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What does Charles know he has a v6 hood
Lol, I know right! I had to pop my hood the other day to prove it wasnt the other day. Haha
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Old 05-04-2012, 10:27 PM   #13
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Lol... Next time place money on the table
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Long tubes nor shorty pipe is the problem. The mid muffler exhaust is the problem. Once you get it aligned without mufflers hitting the gas tank you will have to have hangars on tailpipes rewelded to fit into bumper holes. Nonetheless it is a great sounding exhaust but not a lot of research was put into the fitting on the s197 stang It makes you think the mufflers are under the trunk for a reason lol
Sounds like more of a hassle then anything now. Seems like if i go that route ill have to have someone else get the pypes mm on with all the issues of welding and what not
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I hear ya, I've got a exhaust graveyard in my attic from trying to find that right sound. It is a hassle but every time I crank it i get a big smile on my face and anyone within hearing range.
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I have an H pipe and Flomasters. It sounds awesome
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What does Charles know he has a v6 hood
You mean he doesn't have that awesome 3M sticky tape non functional hood scoop? I like the scoop less,I also like the 3M sticky tape non functional hood scoop though,lol.
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You mean he doesn't have that awesome 3M sticky tape non functional hood scoop? I like the scoop less,I also like the 3M sticky tape non functional hood scoop though,lol.
U don't get on here much it take it.... It was a inside joke among us all day every day-ers lol I hate my OEM hood because of the exact same reason you stated... Charles an I discussed trading hoods at one point
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U don't get on here much it take it.... It was a inside joke among us all day every day-ers lol I hate my OEM hood because of the exact same reason you stated... Charles an I discussed trading hoods at one point
I can vouch for him...
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Cervinis functional ram air hood. Works great, turns all heads!!

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Cervinis functional ram air hood. Works great, turns all heads!!

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Love the Hood. Is that the Type IV? How much for paint?
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Old 05-15-2012, 04:10 PM   #22
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Heres my latest exhaust
Off road Xpipe with flows 40 series

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Are your flows square or oval?
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Are your flows square or oval?
Um square but rounded they are universal not the crappy mustang 50 deltas
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Yeah I bought the square ones and they has a tinny sound to them.

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Haha ya, I always he asked what kind of mufflers I have, I say flowmaster and people say there buddy has em and they sound like crap and why are mine different
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Haha ya, I always he asked what kind of mufflers I have, I say flowmaster and people say there buddy has em and they sound like crap and why are mine different
Gotta love the comments at gas stations "man that thing sounds fast" lol
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Axle back super 40 flowmasters. Deep 70s muscle sound. The only ones for me.

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Axle back super 40 flowmasters. Deep 70s muscle sound. The only ones for me.
Not true unless you post a video
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Not true unless you post a video
I posted a video with 40s
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Not true unless you post a video
That rattle you asked me about with the violators, has just started . They sounded good, but now sounds like something is loose on the inside .
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Cervinis functional ram air hood. Works great, turns all heads!!
I like the hood but the part that comes down in the middle of the scoop makes it look like a nose and it makes it ugly so if that wasn't there it would be better
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That rattle you asked me about with the violators, has just started . They sounded good, but now sounds like something is loose on the inside .
Lol welcome to 3v life
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Don't have any rattle in my mac axlebacks
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