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Old 04-23-2013, 12:37 PM   #1
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Exhaust pipe size

Ok guys and gals I have a 2012 v6 I'm wondering what is the stock exhaust pipe size that is from the axel back to the mufflers? I'm looking to remove the flowmasters I have on my car and do straight pipes to 4 " tips
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Ok guys and gals I have a 2012 v6 I'm wondering what is the stock exhaust pipe size that is from the axel back to the mufflers? I'm looking to remove the flowmasters I have on my car and do straight pipes to 4 " tips
2.25 inches. Catback will give you 2.5.
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Two and a quarter. But they look awesome with the four inch tips.
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You sure you want I go the straight pipe road?
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Pypes Pype-Bombs
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You sure you want I go the straight pipe road?
What u trying to say lol
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Its 2.75 and the pypes do have a 4 inch tip
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Its 2.75 and the pypes do have a 4 inch tip
AM says its 2 1/4? Confused I am
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They are liars lol. Its for sure 2.75 I measured mine today
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Maybe you can't use a measuring tape? Ford says our stock cat back and over the axle pipe is 2.25"...
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**** my bad sorry guys forgot I put gt exhaust on my car
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There we go. You running FI? If not, a GT exhaust is robbing you of back pressure... Effectively killing power.
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For sure running fi that's why I did it!
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What are you running? Bet your sixxer is a beast.
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I've got a Procharger ps1c, it does some work. I'm at Hennessey performance so I had to do something to try and keep up lol
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Nice dude... I'd love to get on your level, but I don't have that kind of cash.
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I'm taking I up another level soon too, thanks though just can't not mod lol
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I'm the same way, I just keep spending my meager Army paycheck on my Pony. You must be making good money working at Hennessey.
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Technically I'm not working here I'm going to school here I've just been saving up before I came here. I'm trying to find a place or get a place to start doing mustangs. There are basically no mustang shops in Houston
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Technically I'm not working here I'm going to school here I've just been saving up before I came here. I'm trying to find a place or get a place to start doing mustangs. There are basically no mustang shops in Houston
Almost every shop deals with mustangs in houston there is. 510 race engineering, Fastlane, strictlys performance. Slaters mustangs, auto adrenaline, houston performance, psi, also limitless performance.
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Technically I'm not working here I'm going to school here I've just been saving up before I came here. I'm trying to find a place or get a place to start doing mustangs. There are basically no mustang shops in Houston
When you become rich and famous, you'll do work on my stang? Right :p?
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Almost every shop deals with mustangs in houston there is. 510 race engineering, Fastlane, strictlys performance. Slaters mustangs, auto adrenaline, houston performance, psi, also limitless performance.
Deals with them yes but not specifically. I want to have a place like lethal performance in Florida. Of course I'll hook all you guys up :p
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Deals with them yes but not specifically. I want to have a place like lethal performance in Florida. Of course I'll hook all you guys up :p
Hook a brotha up with a twin turbo setup :p
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That's actually my next project me and a guy from the shop are probably going to do!
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That's actually my next project me and a guy from the shop are probably going to do!
U can do it on my car :d I have family I can stay with while u do it
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Now I just need some turbos donated lol
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Now I just need some turbos donated lol
Pos ask the owner of your school lol
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They are cheap not gonna happen lol
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They are cheap not gonna happen lol
Lmfao I can prolly get ahold of two turbos from turbonetics
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You really wanna twin turbo your sixxer? Do you how forged pistons and ****?
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No I will soon though. How could you get turbos from turbonetics?
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Wouldn't two turbos, even running relatively low psi, wouldn't that run risk of serious damage?
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