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Old 08-08-2013, 06:10 PM   #1
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Cutouts, yes or no??

hey guys, ha a quick question about cutouts.

I have pypes pipe bomb axle backs and was wondering if I should get cutouts and later on electric cutouts. because I know the sound with cutouts really make a difference but will it sound like **** or awesome. I have all stock piping but just the pypes axle backs. videos would help or info as well, thx alot mustang enthusiast!! V6!! 3.7!!
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hey guys, ha a quick question about cutouts.

I have pypes pipe bomb axle backs and was wondering if I should get cutouts and later on electric cutouts. because I know the sound with cutouts really make a difference but will it sound like **** or awesome. I have all stock piping but just the pypes axle backs. videos would help or info as well, thx alot mustang enthusiast!! V6!! 3.7!!
I think the pipe bombs are basically muffler deletes anyways. The exhaust might get a little louder and it will be real raspy but that's about it. If you wanted to run stock exhaust most of the time then open them at the track I could see that but in your case i don't see it being worth the $
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well for cutouts here, it's 75$ for my dual exhaust. which is not bad. but I do here raspyness to my pypes but I'm thinking the cutouts could clear a little bit of that. lol idk.
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If you wanna hear what it will sound liie disconnect the midpipe and there ya go lol I had my car like that for alil while I acctually liked ir
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If you wanna hear what it will sound liie disconnect the midpipe and there ya go lol I had my car like that for alil while I acctually liked ir
haha yeah I just removed my mid/over axle pipes so I'm running straight cats and I effing love it!
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hey guys, ha a quick question about cutouts.

I have pypes pipe bomb axle backs and was wondering if I should get cutouts and later on electric cutouts. because I know the sound with cutouts really make a difference but will it sound like **** or awesome. I have all stock piping but just the pypes axle backs. videos would help or info as well, thx alot mustang enthusiast!! V6!! 3.7!!
Its gna be too high pitched n raspy, I wouldnt recommend it....
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Its actually not high pitched at all and only alil raspy i liked it alot but the drone was killin me cutouts tho is a good idea
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Its actually not high pitched at all and only alil raspy i liked it alot but the drone was killin me cutouts tho is a good idea
If its cut outs with cats on then sure not bad now if its with a O/R X good luck with that. Trust me ive done it and its a nasty sound
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this is how I'm going to do it. I gonna have all stock piping but just add the cutouts because idk about removing the cats.
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this is how I'm going to do it. I gonna have all stock piping but just add the cutouts because idk about removing the cats.
Then put the cut outs after the cats and it will sound loud and good
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Anybody know a cheaper alternative to the Pypes electric cutouts?
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Anybody know a cheaper alternative to the Pypes electric cutouts?
Qtp and there was another maker for cut outs lemme find them. They were significantly cheaper than qtp
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Qtp and there was another maker for cut outs lemme find them. They were significantly cheaper than qtp
Yeah I just want a good quality but reasonably priced cutout system...I'd like to re install GT mufflers on my car and then when I want it loud ill just open up the cutouts...I'm starting to not want loud ALL the time!
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Yeah I just want a good quality but reasonably priced cutout system...I'd like to re install GT mufflers on my car and then when I want it loud ill just open up the cutouts...I'm starting to not want loud ALL the time!
what are you nuts!! why not?? haha
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Then put the cut outs after the cats and it will sound loud and good
I'm going to sound really rookie-ish but the cats are those cylindrical barrel type things connected to the piping system right? pictures?
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what are you nuts!! why not?? haha
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I'm going to sound really rookie-ish but the cats are those cylindrical barrel type things connected to the piping system right? pictures?
Lol yes follow the piping up towards the engine and those large cylinder type pieces with a wire stuck into it (o2 sensor) is the catyltic converter, you have two
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what are you nuts!! why not?? haha
Highway driving, when you're trying to have a conversation with your lady and the exhaust is like the elephant in the room and sometimes I want some peace quiet....and then other times I want a violent thundering back ground to my driving!! Just gives me an option!
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Highway driving, when you're trying to have a conversation with your lady and the exhaust is like the elephant in the room and sometimes I want some peace quiet....and then other times I want a violent thundering back ground to my driving!! Just gives me an option!
true that!! lol I would LOVE electric cutouts.
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