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Old 09-14-2012, 11:47 AM   #1
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Opinions needed lol

This is just me being bored and all so don't take anythig seriously. But yeah how would a 2003 2v mustang gt run with a true dual exhaust? Like no X or H just pipe from header to muffler not meeting at all lol
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Then you would do divorced duals straight pipes
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Then you would do divorced duals straight pipes
Yeah that's what I meant lol how would that run?? Would it be worth it at all? Or would it hurt performance at all??
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Yeah that's what I meant lol how would that run?? Would it be worth it at all? Or would it hurt performance at all??
Honestly idk if it would help or hurt performance but it would be loud as hell
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I think it may hurt it in a way due to lack of backpressure or help it if it forced inducted. Really depends if its twin turbo setup would help single setup wouldnt. Atleast the good thing about true dual is u know what bank has a problem lol. Its all in the setup ur gonna run imo x is better to have with no cats u create some backpressure and would still sound loud. Too little backpressure or none at all would hurt u more robbing power
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I think it may hurt it in a way due to lack of backpressure or help it if it forced inducted. Really depends if its twin turbo setup would help single setup wouldnt. Atleast the good thing about true dual is u know what bank has a problem lol. Its all in the setup ur gonna run imo x is better to have with no cats u create some backpressure and would still sound loud. Too little backpressure or none at all would hurt u more robbing power
Umm where did you learn this? Back pressure is not good.

To answer the Ops question, you would lose some exhaust flow due to not having that crossover. I'm not sure how much of a power loss that would lead to.
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Well my buddy is a welder and were going to just try it to see how it goes lol he has spare exhaust pipe and stuff
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To my knowledge backpressure is what creates torque. To me torque is a good thing lol its mainly what gets us goin from a dig unlike hondas lol. But hey imo im sure that's how it works on backpressure
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To my knowledge backpressure is what creates torque. To me torque is a good thing lol its mainly what gets us goin from a dig unlike hondas lol. But hey imo im sure that's how it works on backpressure
Backpressure restricts exhaust flow and ruins the efficiency of the engine. Imagine trying to breathe through your mouth and then you put your hand over your mouth while you're trying to exhale, it's a whole lot tougher to breathe that way. Same tying works for backpressure. We get Hondas off the line because we have twice as many cylinders as them.
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Myths about "back-pressure"


I will admit i have been schooled and are grateful for it. I thank u for this cause now i gain more knowledge and lose this misconception of backpressure. The link i posted (hoping i dont get powned for this ) teaches u about this i learned alot now after reading it. I now do not have this common misconceptions on my mind

---------- Post added at 12:19 AM ---------- Previous post was at 12:18 AM ----------

Thank u jdf u have enlightened me and made my knowledge even broaderi trully am appreciative and glad im in a forum where i can learn much more than i anticipated
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Myths about "back-pressure"

I will admit i have been schooled and are grateful for it. I thank u for this cause now i gain more knowledge and lose this misconception of backpressure. The link i posted (hoping i dont get powned for this ) teaches u about this i learned alot now after reading it. I now do not have this common misconceptions on my mind

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Thank u jdf u have enlightened me and made my knowledge even broaderi trully am appreciative and glad im in a forum where i can learn much more than i anticipated
Yeah I saw the same post ad learned alot as well
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Myths about "back-pressure"

I will admit i have been schooled and are grateful for it. I thank u for this cause now i gain more knowledge and lose this misconception of backpressure. The link i posted (hoping i dont get powned for this ) teaches u about this i learned alot now after reading it. I now do not have this common misconceptions on my mind

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Thank u jdf u have enlightened me and made my knowledge even broaderi trully am appreciative and glad im in a forum where i can learn much more than i anticipated
Glad I could help. That's what this forum is here for.
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I had mine like that..

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Old 09-15-2012, 08:23 AM   #14
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Re: Opinions needed lol

Might as well take a couple rips with open headers before you weld up the pipes.
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Might as well take a couple rips with open headers before you weld up the pipes.
Yeah I plan on pissing the neighbors off a bit lol but yeah I figured why not give it a try and stuff
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