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Old 10-05-2012, 03:30 PM   #1
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Off road x

What's better the bbk off road x or upr off road x? Let me know
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Pypes O/R X-pipe!...
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Yeah but I heard people having problems with them bolting up to the headers
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Yeah but I heard people having problems with them bolting up to the headers
Took about 45min to bolt mine right up!.. Zero problems!....
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Took about 45min to bolt mine right up!.. Zero problems!....
Really!? Do you have headers or stock manifold?
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Old 10-05-2012, 09:04 PM   #6
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Took about 45min to bolt mine right up!.. Zero problems!....
So it i get pypes it will sound the same as like bbk it upr?
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So it i get pypes it will sound the same as like bbk it upr?
When it comes to O/R Mid pipes there really isn't much of a design difference between brands!...
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Bassani x pipe, nothing sounds like it
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Bassani x pipe, nothing sounds like it
Bassani is too expensive for me lol I'm going with pypes or upr haven't decided yett
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Bassani x pipe, nothing sounds like it
+1 I have one with Borla sounds amazing.
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+1 I have one with Borla sounds amazing.
Dude mine is going to be so loud!! I can't wait! Running it with slp lm1
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I think SLP is the loudest pipe made I would run some high flow cats on it. In my opinion SLP with no cats is a annoying load. But it's your car man do what makes you happy.
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I think SLP is the loudest pipe made I would run some high flow cats on it. In my opinion SLP with no cats is a annoying load. But it's your car man do what makes you happy.
Haha yeah dude it's loud but I like it, I want something loud and I already have slp on so, I might go with upr but I never heard of it
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Should sound good man, my favorite pipes are SLP-magnaflow-Borla. I don't think brand really matters a whole lot on the X-pipe mine is a off road X with Borla high flow cats it's load when I get on it but just cruising around its not over load which is what I like. Are you going to be running cats? If you want load, a off road X with the SLP would be crazy load!
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Should sound good man, my favorite pipes are SLP-magnaflow-Borla. I don't think brand really matters a whole lot on the X-pipe mine is a off road X with Borla high flow cats it's load when I get on it but just cruising around its not over load which is what I like. Are you going to be running cats? If you want load, a off road X with the SLP would be crazy load!
I will be running no cats, I want it loud as possible, my girlfriend is going to hate me haha

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I will be running no cats, I want it loud as possible, my girlfriend is going to hate me haha
And with brand they are all the same x pipe I was just wondering, some people say they have problems with pypes bolting up and some say its fine, I guess we shall see lol
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If you want load I think you will be one of the loadest stangs around!
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Old 10-06-2012, 08:40 PM   #17
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If you want load I think you will be one of the loadest stangs around!
Haha it will be! Nobody had a mustang where I live lol only Hondas
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Hondas sound like a hive of bees, with pipes on the back bigger than their rims!
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Hondas sound like a hive of bees, with pipes on the back bigger than their rims!
Haha yeah I know man, my closest friend has a Honda and its sick though, he is boosted on 18Ibs, he has all motor work done o it and he. Actually did it right! It doesn't look like a ricer lol
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I had a guy in a 3000GT today trying to race me it had like a 3 foot wing and a pipe bigger an his little donut tires I was like really? Get that little hot wheel thing outta here I don't have time for that I was late for work.
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I had a guy in a 3000GT today trying to race me it had like a 3 foot wing and a pipe bigger an his little donut tires I was like really? Get that little hot wheel thing outta here I don't have time for that I was late for work.
Hahaha that's funny man, people do that all the time around here lol stupid ricers
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I laughed and it wasn't even a nice car it was really junk. The car was black missing paint every where, had donut rims a bright red huge wing his body kit was falling apart. I hate people that do that I could beat that thing in reverse, they just make themselves look stupid. He reved it up I was like oh damn a weed eater with a huge pipe!
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I laughed and it wasn't even a nice car it was really junk. The car was black missing paint every where, had donut rims a bright red huge wing his body kit was falling apart. I hate people that do that I could beat that thing in reverse, they just make themselves look stupid. He reved it up I was like oh damn a weed eater with a huge pipe!
Haha I hate people that do that too but what's done to your car?
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I have full bolt on's only thing I don't have is gear which I hops to get soon. H&R lowering springs, staggered FR500s 9" fronts 10 1/2 rears, short throw shifter. That's it for performance mods

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I have full bolt on's only thing I don't have is gear which I hops to get soon. H&R lowering springs, staggered FR500s 9" fronts 10 1/2 rears, short throw shifter. That's it for performance mods
And drilled and slotted rotors+big brake package, ram air hood.
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I have full bolt on's only thing I don't have is gear which I hops to get soon. H&R lowering springs, staggered FR500s 9" fronts 10 1/2 rears, short throw shifter. That's it for performance mods

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And drilled and slotted rotors+big brake package, ram air hood.
Nice I have the H&R springs as well and tokico shocks and struts which I still need to put on next week since I'm in Disney world right now haha and bbk cold air, tri ax short throw and that's all for me right now, but do you feel a Differance with the ram intake? Better throttle response I suppose
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It's not a huge difference it just gets colder air to the cold air intake. What I noticed a huge difference in throttle response is my 70mm throttle body and plenum, it made the gas pedal so much more responsive. I also have Bama performance tune for all my mods. The more things you add the more it helps I mean at first a cold air intake won't make a huge difference but when you add a ram air hood then a bigger throttle body they all work together as one when makes them all perform better. And the Bama programmer really helps them even more.
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It's not a huge difference it just gets colder air to the cold air intake. What I noticed a huge difference in throttle response is my 70mm throttle body and plenum, it made the gas pedal so much more responsive. I also have Bama performance tune for all my mods. The more things you add the more it helps I mean at first a cold air intake won't make a huge difference but when you add a ram air hood then a bigger throttle body they all work together as one when makes them all perform better. And the Bama programmer really helps them even more.
That's good man! I want the bbk throttle body and plenum soon along with the bama tune, I currently have another 4.6 motor which I'm stripping down and getting bored 20 over with diamond pistons and rods, haven't decided on the rods just yett it's either Manley or diamond lol and also a forged crank as well. I plan on boosting it soon too
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That's cool man, wish I had a spare motor to play with like that. When you plan on doin the motor swap?
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That's cool man, wish I had a spare motor to play with like that. When you plan on doin the motor swap?
Yeah it is man and this month!! Can't wait man
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Yeah it is man and this month!! Can't wait man
Also along with trick flow twisted wedge heads and stage 2 cams
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Also along with trick flow twisted wedge heads and stage 2 cams
Hey bro I have bbk x pipe it goes good even with stock cat back. I read to many complaints on the pypes x pipe so I went with bbk and I don't regret it neither... Oh and stick long tubes in that thing to while you do engine swap...
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Hey bro I have bbk x pipe it goes good even with stock cat back. I read to many complaints on the pypes x pipe so I went with bbk and I don't regret it neither... Oh and stick long tubes in that thing to while you do engine swap...
Yeah man I'm going with long tubes as well!! I wanted to put long tubes on this motor but I don't feel like dropping the k member and all that, it's just not worth it to me
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Yah I feel ya a lot of work...
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Yah I feel ya a lot of work...
Yeah it's just too much, I rather out them on when the motor gets rebuilt
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