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Old 12-26-2013, 08:25 PM   #1
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Pacesetter Long Tubes

After some searching I still haven't found a decent opinion, I'm going to pick up some pacesetter long tubes soon, blast them and get them coated since I have everything to do it. My question is, what sounds better as a mid pipe? I have a pypes cut and clamp x pipe on it now. I know I can custom fit it, just not sure how it will be sound wise.
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After some searching I still haven't found a decent opinion, I'm going to pick up some pacesetter long tubes soon, blast them and get them coated since I have everything to do it. My question is, what sounds better as a mid pipe? I have a pypes cut and clamp x pipe on it now. I know I can custom fit it, just not sure how it will be sound wise.
Depends what you want and what mufflers you have
X go good with built mufflers or straight though mufflers
H chamber mufflers

X = rasp NASCAR v8 sound
H = classic v8 sound

HP diff 2-5 HP nothing big at all
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Depends what you want and what mufflers you have X go good with built mufflers or straight though mufflers H chamber mufflers X = rasp NASCAR v8 sound H = classic v8 sound HP diff 2-5 HP nothing big at all
Well now that I ordered those slp's I have no idea haha.
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I have JBA LTs with SLP axle back I just ordered a new one mine is all beat up lol

But I got a H and it sounds nice real deep and it gives a nice pop when I let off the gas
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I have JBA LTs with SLP axle back I just ordered a new one mine is all beat up lol But I got a H and it sounds nice real deep and it gives a nice pop when I let off the gas
Well right now I have pypes cut&clamp x pipe and custom mufflers so we will see.
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Well right now I have pypes cut&clamp x pipe and custom mufflers so we will see.
Are they round or squired
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Are they round or squired
Round.
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You'll be good with the X man
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You'll be good with the X man
Sweet! Haha. Now just to fit them when the time comes.
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Good luck on the install it took me a while lol
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Good luck on the install it took me a while lol
Eh few brews and a buddy to help shouldn't be that bad.
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That's what I thought it took me and my buddy 6hrs too do I lifted the engine from the oil pan just put a nice thick pice of wood between the jack and oil pan and lift slowly
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That's what I thought it took me and my buddy 6hrs too do I lifted the engine from the oil pan just put a nice thick pice of wood between the jack and oil pan and lift slowly
I always go right in front of the flywheel, never lift by the oil pan.
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Hey guys I have an 06 mustang v6 I have a magna flow dual exhuast on it. This is my first mustang so im learning as I go. I want to get some long tubes but not sure which ones are the best for my 06 v6 and what other parts do I need to have a successful installation. Ive heard pace setters are horrible with fitment but great with sound. Any help I woild appreciate it.
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Hey guys I have an 06 mustang v6 I have a magna flow dual exhuast on it. This is my first mustang so im learning as I go. I want to get some long tubes but not sure which ones are the best for my 06 v6 and what other parts do I need to have a successful installation. Ive heard pace setters are horrible with fitment but great with sound. Any help I woild appreciate it.
Idk what brands they have for v6s?
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