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Old 11-26-2013, 09:41 AM   #1
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Pypes Axle Backs for a v6?

I've heard different opinions about these guys. Do any of you know anyone that has these or use them yourself? They run cheap compared to other Axle Backs. Whats the deal with them?
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I personally do not have pypes axel backs, but last night I was at a car meet and was talking to a guy with a 2012 v6 with pypes axel backs, he started it up and man they are loud as hell! When he was reving it my ears were starting to ring! Im now looking into getting some pypes for myself
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I've heard different opinions about these guys. Do any of you know anyone that has these or use them yourself? They run cheap compared to other Axle Backs. Whats the deal with them?
They are good mufflers for a car with cats. When you go O/R mid pipe then add resonators cux after 3k its gna sound ricy!
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I've heard different opinions about these guys. Do any of you know anyone that has these or use them yourself? They run cheap compared to other Axle Backs. Whats the deal with them?
I have had these for about a year now. No problems with them at all. They are loud, look good, and sound alot deeper than the Roush. Only compliant I have is the fitment..They are a PAIN to get aligned in the cutouts properly, but it can be done, you just have to fight with them a bit. **Loosen your midpipe to help with alignment.** I now have them paired with bbk shorty headers and it sounds amazing! Very deep! just need a catted H pipe now.
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I have had these for about a year now. No problems with them at all. They are loud, look good, and sound alot deeper than the Roush. Only compliant I have is the fitment..They are a PAIN to get aligned in the cutouts properly, but it can be done, you just have to fight with them a bit. **Loosen your midpipe to help with alignment.** I now have them paired with bbk shorty headers and it sounds amazing! Very deep! just need a catted H pipe now.
No way lol I went from pypes to roush, those roush are way deeper and offer a better tone. They drone more than pypes though. They are straight through mufflers so it's going to have some odd tones here and there.

I could never get mine lined up. They sit 1 inch down and stuck 3" out. I went from the manifolds back trying to adjust them. Just never say right.
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No way lol I went from pypes to roush, those roush are way deeper and offer a better tone. They drone more than pypes though. They are straight through mufflers so it's going to have some odd tones here and there.

I could never get mine lined up. They sit 1 inch down and stuck 3" out. I went from the manifolds back trying to adjust them. Just never say right.
All u needed was to have extra hangers added to align it perfect I have no issues at all with my pypes on my 5.0 and my 3.7
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Pype bombs are bad ***! The fitment kind of sucks but play with it & u can get it!! If u *** headers/mid pipe u'll need resonators welded in.
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I personally do not have pypes axel backs, but last night I was at a car meet and was talking to a guy with a 2012 v6 with pypes axel backs, he started it up and man they are loud as hell! When he was reving it my ears were starting to ring! Im now looking into getting some pypes for myself
What car meets do you go to down here in South Florida?
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