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Old 06-11-2016, 03:15 PM   #1
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Hey guys, I'm trying to find somewhere where I can get an exhaustive system, including the headers, all the way back. Or would I have to find headers and a header back system? Got an 01 GT with a 4.6. Looking to do duals with an X pipe. Most likely no mufflers.

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I've looked there. I haven't found a full kit. And I'm not sure what will match up with what

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Get the headers and matching mid pipe from the same manufacturer. Then take the car to an exhaust shop. Have them make the rest of the system for you.
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Like Recon said, if going long tubes (which are the only ones to get for a 2v), get the "short" mid pipe from same manufacturer to pair with their LTs. If it were me, I would go with an off road H pipe, or one with high flow cats if need be for your state, and then get a chambered muffler welded in. LTs are cool and all, give you a little deaper sound, but not needed at a stock or "bolt on" power level IMO, just a ton of money when there are other bigher bang for your buck mods out there dependent on what you already have.

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No mufflers= tons of rasp= sounds like a 79 Ford pickup. Semi jake brake sound on deceleration, lol. I prefer the tone a muffler gives an exhaust myself. You can still have it be very loud with using mufflers, depending on what you choose. A combo a lot seem to like for loud exhaust is an off road h pipe paired with Flowmaster Super 10s (1 chamber), its loud, but still has a tone to the exhuast and cuts back on a lot of the raspiness. I have an off road x pipe on my 96GT with Magnaflow Magnapack mufflers (straight thru bullit style with a thin layer of insulation basically) and its loud as hell when I want it to be, and has a nice tone when cruising or I dont want to wake up the neighbors. Im sick of the sound tho to be honest, I want to switch it to an h pipe with a chambered muffler at some point.

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