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Old 02-13-2014, 08:33 AM   #1
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Pypes exhaust system

Hey guys I got a 2014 GT and I want to put pypes longtube header, off-road x pipe and pipe bombs on for my exhaust system but I've only heard video of it and never heard it in person. Is it a good way to go?
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Not tech.
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Not tech what? Lol
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depends on what you are looking for best performance or just loud...one of the best performance would be kooks .they are all loud
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depends on what you are looking for best performance or just loud...one of the best performance would be kooks .they are all loud

Well I would like a mixture of performance and sound
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bbk ceramic are nice and they don't change color....I have the bbk shorties with pypes o/r h love the sound but hate the smell im going to put the pypes high flo cats on....had the o/r x and didn't like the drone / raspy sound h is deeper still a little cabine drone but im happy....
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you will need a tuner or you will get a check engine light...cel
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Old 02-13-2014, 10:21 AM   #8
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Yeah I see a lot of people saying the x pipes are to much and H pipe is better. And BBK I'm iffy on I'm not sure if I like the sound BBK puts out

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And yeah I got a guy who is well known for doing mustangs tunes and stuff that will be doing my tune
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some installers don't want to touch pypes headers there is no dimple for the steering shaft if and when your motor mounts wear it will rub the shaft
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Hmmm alright. But kooks or BBK wouldn't have a problem?
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bbk has a dimple my buddy has kooks and his do to....he has log tubes I have shorties.....the ceramic helps with under hood temps that's what I like about them....
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What's the performance and sound difference between shorties and long tubes
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the long tubes out perform shortys ....sound is louder also and a bit deeper...if I were to do it again I would have gone with long tubes but still happy with the shortys for now ...
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if you have testing in your area where you live you might want to get the cats ....big fines if you get caught without them....food for thought .
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Yeah I never thought about that. Thanks for the advise man
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n/p drive safe
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A girl here in town just put Pypes LTs on her 5.0 and that thing is seriously loud but I'm not sure what other exhaust mods she has. You get what you pay for though, there's a reason they're one of the cheapest.
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not a bad product for newer cars I have a 07 gt and only 38k on it but im a little older/wiser and look into whats going on as these cars age ...my next mod is a one piece drive shaft
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Price isnt always an indicator. I JUST bought offroad H pipe and bombs of Pypes. Not installed yet but I got because a guy in town has the same set up with X pipe and he loves it and sounds great. been on his for two years problem free. I just preferred the sound clips of H over X and read that low end torque is better with H. I will have installed either next week or week after so if you dont have by then hit me up as a reminder and I will send you a clip and what i think as well as any notes from mechanic. FYI, stock headers for now
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