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Old 08-05-2012, 06:34 PM   #1
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Ford racing dual conversion kit 10v6

Looking to buy the kit or parts to switch to a dual exhaust. Anybody selling a rear number cover or kit?
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Looking to buy the kit or parts to switch to a dual exhaust. Anybody selling a rear number cover or kit?
I did this conversion with my 2010. There's really no conversion kit I know of, but all you need is an x-pipe or h-pipe (whatever you prefer) an extension pipe for the driver's side, and whatever mufflers/tips you want to use. Until I got a 2010 GT rear fascia, I had just the hole cut out and it didn't look bad at all. That's actually exactly what it was in the pic I have in my profile with it still on the lift. You can take a piece of cardboard and get a "stencil" of the hole, and use a dremel to cut the plastic. The most you should spend on the parts is around $200 and the mufflers/tips will depend on what you want. Just remember you still need to order an aftermarket or stock GT exhaust hanger for the driver's side since there isn't one....that uh...kinda delayed progress on mine lol

Anyhow, good luck!
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Old 08-05-2012, 10:15 PM   #3
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I've seen them at other places but here's one off NTO.
http://www.newtakeoff.com/mustang_gt...ance_2010.aspx

Could also get the roush rear from a bunch of places.

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$99? That's not bad at all! I lucked out in a way I guess...after I was rear-ended I took my car to Ford to have them fix it. I've got a few friends up there, and so they worked it so the insurance company paid for a new 2010 GT rear fascia to replace my busted one. Sucked I got hit, but that brought a little rainbow with it I suppose lol
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Old 08-05-2012, 11:18 PM   #5
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That's a lot cheaper then I thought I would have to spend. Thanks for the help. The main reason I want to Change it is for the more mean tone I've heard from other stangs. Just needs to satisfy me until I can get the 5.0
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$99? That's not bad at all! I lucked out in a way I guess...after I was rear-ended I took my car to Ford to have them fix it. I've got a few friends up there, and so they worked it so the insurance company paid for a new 2010 GT rear fascia to replace my busted one. Sucked I got hit, but that brought a little rainbow with it I suppose lol
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So what's the difference between the x and h pipe?
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So what's the difference between the x and h pipe?
The difference is the distribution of air flow. This contributes to the difference in sound. H-pipe has less efficient airflow than an x-pipe, thus not as quality if a sound as an x-pipe.
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Ok thanks. So you think x pipe is better if I'm looking for sound. Which I am
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Ok thanks. So you think x pipe is better if I'm looking for sound. Which I am
Can't go wrong with either imo. H is supposed to flow better low-mid range and have a deep tone. X is supposed to have better mid-top range and have a higher pitched tone. I think the difference in power is very minimal and doubt you would notice a difference, especially just on the street. Sound is all personal preference though. If you want a deeper tone go with the H. If you want something more "race car" sounding go with the X.
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Ok thanks. So you think x pipe is better if I'm looking for sound. Which I am
Yes. If memory serves me correctly, the 2010 GT's came stock with h-pipes but I don't know about the newer years. They're cheaper but just not the quality you'd get with an x-pipe. Others may say the opposite, but in the mustang community I've been exposed to an x-pipe is more sought after because it works well and people love the sound they can get with it.
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Alright. Sounds like I really can't go wrong. Where do you all buy your exhaust from?
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Got mine from AM.
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Looking to buy the kit or parts to switch to a dual exhaust. Anybody selling a rear number cover or kit?
I am got a roush rear valence from AM! Unopened!
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Which 1 did you buy on am?

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I am got a roush rear valence from AM! Unopened!
How much?
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Which 1 did you buy on am?
Are you asking me this question?
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Yes. Haha I just figured out how to reply to a comment lol
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Yes. Haha I just figured out how to reply to a comment lol
Lol you're good, I just wasn't sure. But yeah, I got the axle-back SLP Loudmouth exhaust for the 2010 GT and put on an x-pipe. Had to do a dual conversion since the 2010 was single.

http://www.americanmuscle.com/axexlmo20mug.html
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Lol you're good, I just wasn't sure. But yeah, I got the axle-back SLP Loudmouth exhaust for the 2010 GT and put on an x-pipe. Had to do a dual conversion since the 2010 was single.

http://www.americanmuscle.com/axexlmo20mug.html
Ok. I prob sound pretty dumb but I'm still new with all this. I basically need a h or x pipe then a new bumper and then new pipes with those and I'd be set.
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Which 1 did you buy on am?

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How much?
Paid $170 for it selling for $80. Can be reasoned with for price and can't really ship it back to AM cause it's too much to ship back.
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Ok. I prob sound pretty dumb but I'm still new with all this. I basically need a h or x pipe then a new bumper and then new pipes with those and I'd be set.
Yup. Get the 2010 GT rear fascia, can find it cheap online pretty easy. You don't have to get the h-pipe or x-pipe unless you want it, it's not a must, just sounds better and flows better.

Some say the h-pipe gives of better sound and others say the x-pipe does. I'm a huge advocate for an x-pipe not only for the sound but also the even distribution of airflow compared to the h-pipe.

The design of an x-pipe is engineered for better distribution of gasses. They intersect at one point and gasses cross paths, creating a smooth and even outward flow. The x-pipe is performance enhancing and is chosen most often over the h-pipe because it allows more torque, which adds more horsepower. The increased hp is due to the gasses flowing readily out the engine without any buildup to create pressure in the system.The h-pipe tends to be a little louder because the gasses flow straight out in a tumbling effect, which allows the pressure buildup previously mentioned.

You can get so much more from your car by evenly distributing the cold air being pulled in and the heat being pulled out. Air flow is a major component to increasing performance in the early stages of modification.

Hope all of this helps put it into perspective!
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Yup. Get the 2010 GT rear fascia, can find it cheap online pretty easy. You don't have to get the h-pipe or x-pipe unless you want it, it's not a must, just sounds better and flows better.

Some say the h-pipe gives of better sound and others say the x-pipe does. I'm a huge advocate for an x-pipe not only for the sound but also the even distribution of airflow compared to the h-pipe.

The design of an x-pipe is engineered for better distribution of gasses. They intersect at one point and gasses cross paths, creating a smooth and even outward flow. The x-pipe is performance enhancing and is chosen most often over the h-pipe because it allows more torque, which adds more horsepower. The increased hp is due to the gasses flowing readily out the engine without any buildup to create pressure in the system.The h-pipe tends to be a little louder because the gasses flow straight out in a tumbling effect, which allows the pressure buildup previously mentioned.

You can get so much more from your car by evenly distributing the cold air being pulled in and the heat being pulled out. Air flow is a major component to increasing performance in the early stages of modification.

Hope all of this helps put it into perspective!
That's def a lot of help! Thank you
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No problem at all, that's what forums are for
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