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Old 06-08-2013, 01:23 PM   #1
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Non catted xpipe

So, just took my cats off and added the xpipe... Without any mufflers.. Should have waited to put that thing on lol. Sounds worse than the average straight pipe z71
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Lol I can only imagine what that would sound like with no mufflers
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Got some Mac axle backs on the way. Hoping a chambered muffler will tone it down just a bit, give it a deeper rumble
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Got some Mac axle backs on the way. Hoping a chambered muffler will tone it down just a bit, give it a deeper rumble
I'm going with Bassani x pipe with SLP's, I'm going catless until I get too much heat, then m80's with high flow cats next year. I want to hear this stupidly insane loud for myself first though lol
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I'm going with Bassani x pipe with SLP's, I'm going catless until I get too much heat, then m80's with high flow cats next year. I want to hear this stupidly insane loud for myself first though lol
You will laugh when you floor it without any mufflers on it. I installed those macs last night and what a world of a difference it made. Nice sound now
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You will laugh when you floor it without any mufflers on it. I installed those macs last night and what a world of a difference it made. Nice sound now
Did you install the x pipe yourself? If so how difficult was it and if no how much did it cost you? Thank s :p
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Did you install the x pipe yourself? If so how difficult was it and if no how much did it cost you? Thank s :p
I put mine on myself. 2 clamps 4 bolts and 3 oxygen senders to remove factory H-pipe. Would highly recommend soaking the manifold bolts in penetrating oil. Its easiest to unplug the sensors then transfer to X-pipe, instead of trying to unthread them on the car. New X-pipe is a breeze to put in with the cats out of the way.
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Did you install the x pipe yourself? If so how difficult was it and if no how much did it cost you? Thank s :p
Yea installed it myself, who ever owned the car before me butchered the exhaust.. Ill have to send a picture of the straight pipe that was on it before I put my macs on. Also someone cut the factory mid pipe and welded their own x pipe on it. So I actually had a lot of work to do to get it on there right lol.

Because the previous welds and setup were so bad, I'm going to assume for the dignity of the previous owner that he had someone else put it on, and never looked under the car themselves.
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The wife took my Stang to pass the emissions test flying colors!!! Now I can order my off-road X pipe bwahahahaha *thunder & lighting sound effect"
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