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Old 08-25-2012, 09:51 PM   #36
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What slp ones?
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Old 08-25-2012, 09:59 PM   #37
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Slp long tubes and if you have the emissions test like nj I've also been lookin at their x pipe with the cats that come where you can take them out.
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Old 08-25-2012, 10:10 PM   #38
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You can take the cats out on the x pipe?
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Old 08-25-2012, 11:37 PM   #39
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If you take out your cats you check engine light will always be on. If you're just building a hot-rod it'd be alright, but personally my check engine light would drive me insane.
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So everyone that has an offroad x or h pipe has there check engine light on?
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Old 08-26-2012, 01:27 AM   #41
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So everyone that has an offroad x or h pipe has there check engine light on?
Your tuner can shut those off. Also, MIL eliminators will do this too, if you don't already have a tuner and don't want to buy one yet.

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Does the mid pipe really make it louder? Will the h pipe make it louder if so which would be the best to go with?
X Pipe is the best... High and Raspy

H Pipe is okay.. Deep tone

Pro Chamber takes the sound out of the.mustang and quiets it down.
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Old 08-26-2012, 04:46 AM   #43
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Just gut your cats. Don't have to change them anyone looks underneath looks like their still their
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Old 08-26-2012, 11:18 AM   #44
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So everyone that has an offroad x or h pipe has there check engine light on?
Unless you have obd 1. Which only goes up to early 95 models. Yes your check engine light will come on. If you are doing this work yourself. Make sure you know what you will have to do to take off the cats. My personal thought for you would to go to a muffler shop and flatbed your truck their tell them it's a race car (or your making it one) take the plates off so it looks so. Less restrictive cats might be better.(IMO)
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Just gut your cats. Don't have to change them anyone looks underneath looks like their still their
Ever gutted cats? It's a PITA and not worth the trouble because you still have the stock diameter pipe. All 95 5.0L Mustangs are ODBI, the V6's on the other hand are ODBII.
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Ever gutted cats? It's a PITA and not worth the trouble because you still have the stock diameter pipe. All 95 5.0L Mustangs are ODBI, the V6's on the other hand are ODBII.
Yes mine are gutted just the heat shields around 2.5 inch pipe
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Yes mine are gutted just the heat shields around 2.5 inch pipe
Better check again. Stock pipe is not 2.5".
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If you take out your cats you check engine light will always be on. If you're just building a hot-rod it'd be alright, but personally my check engine light would drive me insane.
Of you buy the mil eliminators 65$ like have it erases the check engine light
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Better check again. Stock pipe is not 2.5".
Aftermarket piping heat shields welded inside
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