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Old 08-12-2012, 12:00 PM   #1
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Pypes Offroad H Pipe!!

Hey guys i got my Pypes Offroad H Pipe in!! I already have Pypes Muffler Deletes! Gonna have the H pipe put in Tuesday! That night i will put up a Youtube video and post it here! As far as i know nobody on here has this setup, so i hope its good!

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Old 08-12-2012, 12:53 PM   #2
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I have the pypes o/r h pipe and I am taking it off to put a better one one it. They sound so good, just not the best material I guess. Started falling apart on me and don't fit the greatest. Hope you have better luck though.
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I have the pypes o/r h pipe and I am taking it off to put a better one one it. They sound so good, just not the best material I guess. Started falling apart on me and don't fit the greatest. Hope you have better luck though.
Dang man dont say that! Well ive got a exhaust shop doing mine, he did my Pypes Muffler deletes and did a good job so hopefull he does a good job again and everythong works!!
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I'm sure mine was just a bad batch. But I've had to take it off and weld it back up 3 times. The hangers make the exhaust lower and it kept hitting the ground and eventually ripped the rod holding the midpipe up.
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I'm sure mine was just a bad batch. But I've had to take it off and weld it back up 3 times. The hangers make the exhaust lower and it kept hitting the ground and eventually ripped the rod holding the midpipe up.
Dang thanks, ill tell the exhaust guy to adjust them so that dont happen!
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Why are you paying someone to do BOLT-ONS? Muffler deletes takes 10 min and a mid pipe is about an hour... welding causes more leaks... just do it your self save the money
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Why are you paying someone to do BOLT-ONS? Muffler deletes takes 10 min and a mid pipe is about an hour... welding causes more leaks... just do it your self save the money
Dude he charges me 20 bucks? Hes my friend, i would rather him do it then me do it wrong and have to keep fixing it. And my *** muffler deletes take 10 mins! Getting the stock exhaust off is the biggest pita there is.
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Why are you paying someone to do BOLT-ONS? Muffler deletes takes 10 min and a mid pipe is about an hour... welding causes more leaks... just do it your self save the money
Curious on how welding causes more leaks......?
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Curious on how welding causes more leaks......?
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Because in my personal experience 6 mustang's, a few nissians a f150 and several cat backs headers ect... on my 4th set up on this current stang and the only leaks I've ever had were on the welded ones... I thought that was a known thing? If you ask a muffler shop what is best for a street car they will tell you the same thing
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Because in my personal experience 6 mustang's, a few nissians a f150 and several cat backs headers ect... on my 4th set up on this current stang and the only leaks I've ever had were on the welded ones... I thought that was a known thing? If you ask a muffler shop what is best for a street car they will tell you the same thing
Well the guy im having do mine is good and id rather pay him then do it myself in my yard. And im not counting on jacks to keep me alive lol. Rather have him put it on a lift for 20 bucks
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Because in my personal experience 6 mustang's, a few nissians a f150 and several cat backs headers ect... on my 4th set up on this current stang and the only leaks I've ever had were on the welded ones... I thought that was a known thing? If you ask a muffler shop what is best for a street car they will tell you the same thing
Completely disagree. Maybe you have inexperienced welders who don't know how to weld. In all my cars with aftermarket exhausts with clamps, they leak everywhere. After welding, not a single issue.... Ever...
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Completely disagree. Maybe you have inexperienced welders who don't know how to weld. In all my cars with aftermarket exhausts with clamps, they leak everywhere. After welding, not a single issue.... Ever...
Im getting mine welded, and he gurantees his work so if it messes up, he fixes for free
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I've been to several shops... it's not hard to weld two pipes together... I have had zero leaks w bolt on... maybe you just can't turn a wrench; -)
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I've been to several shops... it's not hard to weld two pipes together... I have had zero leaks w bolt on... maybe you just can't turn a wrench; -)
Lol your a dick ya know? Your literally like the only guy i dont like on here! Haha just saying!
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Lol your a dick ya know? Your literally like the only guy i dont like on here! Haha just saying!
Haha straight forward
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Haha straight forward
Lol yea. Everytime im on here i see him saying something to someone thats kinda ******y. I thought the whole point of the forum was for guys who like the same thing to talk about their cars and encourage and learn. Not be a smartass to everyone. Oh well lol
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Lol yea. Everytime im on here i see him saying something to someone thats kinda ******y. I thought the whole point of the forum was for guys who like the same thing to talk about their cars and encourage and learn. Not be a smartass to everyone. Oh well lol
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I was helping the op not spend extra money... I did not bash anyone... captain weld started on me... the wrench comment was a joke... that's why I put; -)

I only say sarcastic things when provoked... I'm glad I stand out to u all... I help folks more than anything... I can't help the way some people get but hurt over the internet
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For instance... I do believe I spent a good amount of time on the phone with you assisting you with your tb... but your right I'm such a dick...

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For instance... I do believe I spent a good amount of time on the phone with you assisting you with your tb... but your right I'm such a dick...
Did Frank say something in this thread??
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Lol no he did not lol... grabbed the wrong pm... idiot... I really made my argument awkward: -/
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