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Old 01-15-2013, 04:54 PM   #1
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Pypes mid muffler installed!

Found a used pypes mid muffler system for $200
I did the install with jack stands and wasn't too bad. Definitely takes longer then an axleback.

Roads were clear so I couldn't resist and took it for a quick drive.
Sounds great. A little loud on startup but that's because it's winter here so it idles high.

Took it for a short drive and at the start I was a little worried. When the car was cold I could hear drone on acceleration. But after it warmed up and shifted into o/d drone disappeared and it sounds real nice. Deeper sounding then the stock exhaust.
My car had an axleback on it when I bought it, but the drone was real bad on the highway so I had to go back to stock. I'm real happy with the sound of the pypes, and the larger tips look awesome. For $200 I'm very happy.
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Very nice! The Pypes mid muffler sounds great
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Very nice! The Pypes mid muffler sounds great
Yes it does.
When replacing the stock over axle pipes I was surprised how much the stock pipes were flattened in the bend over the axle. Especially the passenger side.
There seems to be lots of room for a mandrel pipe bends. Must just be cheaper for Ford.
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Did you get a catted mid pipe or off road
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Old 01-16-2013, 04:42 PM   #5
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Did you get a catted mid pipe or off road
Stock cats. We have damn etest every two years.
Guess I'm going to have to change my tune for that when the time comes. Running 94 Race right now.
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