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Old 04-18-2013, 08:13 PM   #1
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fitting 09 ford racing sport axleback on a 2013 v6

My friend wants to sell me some ford racing sport axlebacks for $145 from an 09 GT
What do you guys think? is it a good deal??
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My friend wants to sell me some ford racing sport axlebacks for $145 from an 09 GT
What do you guys think? is it a good deal??
They won't fit.
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They won't fit.
Hahaha its called go to a muffler shop.
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They won't fit.
Just swap the inlet piping with your stock piping
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Lol at all y'all's V6s haha
Lol what do u run at the track?
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Guys simmer down before a mod closes the thread it was meant for Zed and his question
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Please stay on topic or this thread will be closed
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What do you run the 1/4 mile in your. 4.6?
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Old 04-19-2013, 04:46 AM   #9
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Keep the thread on topic or it will be closed. Also if you want to bash on the v6's you are on the wrong site. If you can't answer the question asked by the OP then please don't comment.

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