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Old 08-28-2015, 09:38 PM   #141
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That's what I'm thinking. I don't hear any of the cobra guys complaining.

I will do so some looking into what the cobra guys are doing. There has to be a way to achieve what I am looking to do.


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Well definitely running the cobra IRS will let you achieve pipes to the rear

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I'm not a fan of side pipes either

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Well if you do get the Cobra IRS, you will NEED to do a good bushing kit while its out to avoid wheel hop when you do a hard launch. The Full Tilt Boogie kit is far and away the best one out there.

And for all your side exhaust needs, hit up the Spintech website if you still might want to consider it at all.

IRS is probably your best bet tho. I still kick it around myself sometimes too. I'm sure I'll waffle between it and the 5 link like 20 times before I make a final decision.
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Old 09-12-2015, 05:14 PM   #144
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Been very busy lately. Spend some time today cleaning and rearranging the garage. Trying to make room for the bikes, mustang and engine stand. Oh and my daughters mustang!

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Still struggling to find free time to work on the bikes and mustangs. Between work and my wife's health issues it's not been easy.

I did get around to changing the diff fluid. Maybe a waste since I'm hoping to have time to get the gears done soon. But incase I didn't have time i figured I'd feel better knowing it had some fresh RP in it.

Oh yeah, take a look at the f'd up exhaust axle arch. I'm pissed they would do something like that. Looks as if the pipe had been twisted. The shop has done a lot of work for me on a lot of vehicles, so I plan ob getting it back down there soon and asking them what the hell they were thinking...

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Finally got around to ordering some brake stuff. Still waiting on the new calipers. God willing I might get a day off Wednesday to install the brakes.

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Alright, got the new calipers, ss lines, rotors and pads on today. Pedal feel is greatly improved and it frickin stops when you really step on the brakes. It's almost violent. Very happy with everything. Now hopefully I'll have another day off in the near future to install the Eibach Suspension kit.

Don't mind the dirty *** wheels, she'll get a good bath once the rain passes.

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Oh and I hit the new calipers with the Duplicolor caliper paint while they were off.

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Oh and I hit the new calipers with the Duplicolor caliper paint while they were off.

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+1^ SS lines are something I've been wanting to do on my previous rides, maybe I'll do them on this one. How did the duplicolor paint go?
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Old 11-19-2015, 05:54 AM   #151
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Thanks guys. The Duplicolor was easy. I masked the bits that I didn't want to get paint on (pistons, bleeder screw, etc) and did light several light coats, allowing about 15 minutes between each. Finished em off by hitting with the heat gun for a few minutes

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Old 11-19-2015, 06:38 AM   #152
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+1^ SS lines are something I've been wanting to do on my previous rides, maybe I'll do them on this one. How did the duplicolor paint go?
I highly recommend picking up some ss lines. Not only do they look great, they have given a much better feel than the OE rubber lines.

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Old 11-26-2015, 10:09 AM   #153
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Finally some clear weather, perfect chance to wash and wax the Mustang.

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Old 11-26-2015, 11:27 AM   #154
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Looks real nice. What products did you use?


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Thanks, i used Project X, Quick N Slick, and Mequiar's white wax.

Ordering the 17x9/17x10.5 chrome Saleen's here in the next week or so. Can't wait to get em on. So much work to do still.

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Little update. Ordered an o/r h pipe and SCT X4 tuner last night. Springs, struts, shocks, X2 ball joints and all the other suspension goodies will be next.

I'll post a video for the exhaust as soon as I install it.

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Old 12-14-2015, 06:36 PM   #157
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Goodies have started arriving.

Don't know how i feel about the 4.6 scoop decal. It looked better on the AM website. I may end up pulling it off...

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Catless + SLP = CRAP!

I loved the sound of the SLP Loudmouth 1's with the stock mid pipe. That being said, I installed the off road H today, and when I first started it I was happy. Then I drove it. At 2-3k it sounds like ***. Very loud ***. It was actually embarrassing. After looking around I'm thinking that the Flowmaster super 44's or the Borla stingers will give me the sound I want. I'm also looking at doing some hi flow cats in hopes that they may mellow it out a tad.

Side note, my SCT X4 arrives later today (being 1 am now and all). I'll need it for the cel from the new mid pipe, and to get things straightened out for the 4.10's going in. Not too excited about the Bama tune. Nothing MPT can't sort out for me.



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Quick video. I'm definitely going to swap out the Loudmouths.

https://youtu.be/Ak9NXUWt9Mk

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Old 12-24-2015, 07:18 AM   #160
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Sitting at my exhaust shop having the SLP Loudmouths pulled out and welding up a set of Flowmaster original 40's.

With the Loudmouths and off road h, the exhaust had the most god awful tone at 2200 rpm. Yes it was loud, but it sounded like absolute garbage. I'll see how I like these. I think I'm going to ended up wasting just as much money with this Mustang as I did the last trying to find the sound I like most. If this doesn't do it I'm going to throw in the prochamber, the next step after that would be try swapping the 40's for borlas. We will see what happens.

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OK so the 40's worked very well. Better tone, and now where near as loud. Now all I need to do is order my Kooks long tubes and call it good on the exhaust.

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How much did you pay for the h pipe and do you have a link from where you bought it

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It was the Pypes off road H pipe for around 200 from American Muscle. It's nothing special but it's serves its purpose. It's still going to get replaced by a Mac Prochamber. I tend to waste money out of curiosity, this is one of those cases. Though admittedly that with the original Flowmaster 40's is a great sound. Mellow at idle and cruising but comes way up in volume at WOT. No trumpeting like the SLP's. Slp+no cats= straight a$$. Now the Loudmouths with the stock H pipe with cats sounds great too.

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I agree with you on the SLPs i had them on for about a week, only drove it maybe twice and I got rid of them, recouped half my money on CL, haha. I had mine with a BBK off road X, it was awful, sounded like a jake brake, with a tin can full of marbles, occasionally popping and exploding inside. I got Magnaflow Magnapacks after that and their MUCH better. They have an actual deep tone to them and sound good while still being fairly loud. I think if doing an off road mid pipe with SLPs people should stick with the LM 2s, they actually have a tone to them and dont sound like your car has a nasty bout of diarrhea!! But a guy at work has a 96 GT like me and he has an off road H and Super 44 Flowmasters and it does sound awesome, I love it. Ive been thinking of going off road H on mine and keep my Magnaflows and see how l like that setup, and if not going with Super 44s. It has such a "classic" Mustang sound to that setup its hard to beat. Some will say they want to be different or have something different but I would rather have it sounding good and pleasurable even, if its played out or whatever.

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I want to go with either a UPR o/r H or a Pypes o/r H when I do mine this spring.

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It was the Pypes off road H pipe for around 200 from American Muscle. It's nothing special but it's serves its purpose. It's still going to get replaced by a Mac Prochamber. I tend to waste money out of curiosity, this is one of those cases. Though admittedly that with the original Flowmaster 40's is a great sound. Mellow at idle and cruising but comes way up in volume at WOT. No trumpeting like the SLP's. Slp+no cats= straight a$$. Now the Loudmouths with the stock H pipe with cats sounds great too.

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Thanks for the into I thought that was the pypes h pipe was it an easy install I was looking at that very one

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As always the install is only made irritating because of the bolts in the header flange. I hit mine several times with pb blaster the night before. Other than that you may have to make a few tweaks after install to get rid of any exhaust leaks. But such is the game with a bolt together mid pipe. All in all about an hour from when the tires left the ground, and when they came back down for the last time.

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Cool thanks man gonna pb blast it a few times when I order it mine will the same already have flow 40's

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I have the original 40's. They have just the right amount of volume. I was concerned that the super 40's or the delta 40 would have been too quite. Glad I went with my gut. I would've been disappointed in the super and deltas.

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Same here I have the original 40 series

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Ok, thread has been slow lately so here are some updates for those who didn't see the other thread.

I was T boned a week and a half ago. It has a few thousand in damage, so far looks like it will fall under the threshold to total out the car. Getting ready to take the car to the repair shop in a few minutes. I'm hoping the don't total it, we will see.

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Good luck with it. Hopefully they don't find a ton of **** underneath that is crunched up. TBTH that does look like it would be totaled but you never know. I've seen cars that look like they were just tapped be totaled out and cars that looked totaled be fixed so who knows.
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Damn, it's going to sit until they get parts next Monday. This was the time of year I had planned to start all the major work on the car....weathers great, and I'm making no progress.

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Damn, it's going to sit until they get parts next Monday. This was the time of year I had planned to start all the major work on the car....weathers great, and I'm making no progress.

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Hopefully once they get some parts in they will start on it right away and get it back to you. Usually Im amazed on how quick the good shops can get major stuff like this done and done well. I hope this is the case for you. You will be working on her in no time. Didnt you mention to that you were going to have them paint the trunk lid too since youre going spoilerless?

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I still am amazed at how with a real good shop you cannot tell ANYTHING was done as far as an accident. How the do the little welds and pull it all back into place and then tap it all smooth and fill it and... I dunno I know I'd suck at it lol.


If they can fix it I really hope its done right and you don't wind up with a car that just doesn't "track quite right" when they are done. Does this shop have a frame rack (or whatever its called) that will ensure everything is back in factory spec?
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