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Old 03-19-2013, 08:09 AM   #106
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Then it goes all the way across
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Then it goes all the way across
So they connect to each other??
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Yeap and it works so nice and I could make them perfectly centered
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Yeap and it works so nice and I could make them perfectly centered
Ima look into it bro! Thanks.

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Welcome to the pype bomb crew! Haha.
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It was like 5 dollars

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Yea welcome to the crew
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Maybe I should take a pic of mine, that arent welded and still fit perfect it just takes a lil time and effort to get them perfect and they aren't welded on permanently just my .02
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Maybe I should take a pic of mine, that arent welded and still fit perfect it just takes a lil time and effort to get them perfect and they aren't welded on permanently just my .02
Yes please lol
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Mine are just welded together I can still take them off at the bracket, the pipes are just basically one piece. But are yours perfectly aligned and stay that way? Lol
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Maybe I should take a pic of mine, that arent welded and still fit perfect it just takes a lil time and effort to get them perfect and they aren't welded on permanently just my .02
Pics or it ain't true! Lmao. Jk. Yea pls upload one when u get a chance!! Thanks.
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I wish I could have done that mine were a pain lol
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I wish I could have done that mine were a pain lol
Yea ima try & mess with it but if I can't ill just get them welded no biggie!
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I suggest doing it somewhat like mine if you do because if you weld it to the frame it will cause vibration and some drone....
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I suggest doing it somewhat like mine if you do because if you weld it to the frame it will cause vibration and some drone....
Makes sense. Thanks ill def do that!
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I learned that the hard way, I tried a lot of things and this worked the best and it was easy!
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I learned that the hard way, I tried a lot of things and this worked the best and it was easy!
Thanks for saving me the trouble. Haha.
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I was just glad I had a friend with a welder! Or else I would be a lot of money just in brackets lol
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I was just glad I had a friend with a welder! Or else I would be a lot of money just in brackets lol
Lucky! Haha.
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Well I saved you the time lol
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Well I saved you the time lol
True! Haha.
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I hope I get mine before the weekend!
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Put some pictures up when you guys do it!
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i used a U bolt on the one that hangs and botled it up and they are pretty eveb
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Mine are just welded together I can still take them off at the bracket, the pipes are just basically one piece. But are yours perfectly aligned and stay that way? Lol
Yes perfect, it took me about 2-3 times up on the ramps to get it just right.
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Do you have a 13?
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Do you have a 13?
Lol you could just look at my pic, but mines a '11. It's no different than the '13 thou.
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The pipe line ups are different for the 11-12s the 13s won't line up right. And I can't see the picture my phone won't show pictures unless I have 4g
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The pipe line ups are different for the 11-12s the 13s won't line up right. And I can't see the picture my phone won't show pictures unless I have 4g
That's a gay phone Lmao
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I love it but then sometimes it works sometimes it doesn't! It will post pictures though lol
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I hope they go in perfect on the 14s, I don't feel rigging anything
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Can't make any promises. Don't rig it take it to a muffler shop will take them two minutes. Hopefully you don't have fitment issues but if so they won't charge you much
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Yeah, I'm in North Jersey so if fitment is an issue I wont have trouble finding someone to do a quick, solid fix.

So my boy has a 2013 charger r/t and bought a cat back exhaust, and said he was told he doesnt need a tune. Its my understanding though, if I throw on a catted Xpipe onto my pony I'll need to tune it, is that right?

Are chargers just different, or is he mistaken?

Ty ty, trying to figure out how many more mods I can fit in without voiding my warranty since its only day 5 of owning her lmao
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You will get much better performance out of it if you do and it would run rough if you didn't. But if you do get headers it will void it and a tune will too. Your only options are cosmetic things, intake, or exhaust, then lowering it
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You will get much better performance out of it if you do and it would run rough if you didn't. But if you do get headers it will void it and a tune will too. Your only options are cosmetic things, intake, or exhaust, then lowering it
The only options in my eyes are saving $$....



So when the warranty is voided I can do cal, tune, headers, xpipe all at once. Yessss

The amount of cosmetic stuff I plan on purchasing is verryyy limited. I like the stock look cause the beast sound of the engine catches people even more off guard
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The only options in my eyes are saving $$....

So when the warranty is voided I can do cal, tune, headers, xpipe all at once. Yessss

The amount of cosmetic stuff I plan on purchasing is verryyy limited. I like the stock look cause the beast sound of the engine catches people even more off guard
You can do cold air now also you could do a throttle body. Then your good with the axle backs and an intake will make it even louder!
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