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Old 07-28-2014, 02:20 PM   #1
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X pipe from camaro will fit?

A guy is trying to sell me his old x pipe from his 12 camaro rs will that fit my 14 v6 stang pipes diameters is 2 1/2
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Will the heads off a LS7 fit my coyote?

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As it was his first post I'm leaning towards



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ID:	162424 I don't want to get into with u guys it's a piece of metal not headers simple question will that fit my car I'm pretty sure my exhaust is 2 1/2 and the x pipe is as we'll
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Old 07-28-2014, 03:20 PM   #7
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if you are talking about just the "x" portion of the midpipe then yes, ( just have to custom fit it) the actual midpipe itself will not. Which from your post you make it seem like the midpipe itself you were talking about. You need to clarify more next time

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Are you a welder?


Either way it will take some fab work.
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that's all I was looking for 40 dollars is a steal for the x pipe so didn't wanna pull the trigger on it yet if it wouldn't fit

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Never welded a day in my life always sent my cars to shop for exhaust jobs
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Also your stock exhaust is not 2-1/2".


Do a little more research bub.
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What size is it do you know
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2-1/4" in most areas.
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Old 07-28-2014, 03:28 PM   #13
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Gotcha so yeah a little fab from a welder it should be fine
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Read this and there is also a picture of what our stock crossover pipe looks like.....
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So I just spent 40$ over 209 $ fell a little bit smarter about my decision then these guys in the first posts made me seem like
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So I just spent 40$ over 209 $ fell a little bit smarter about my decision then these guys in the first posts made me seem like
You didn't clarify that you were talking about the "x" portion itself. Your post made it seem like it was the mid pipe itself.

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Old 07-28-2014, 03:38 PM   #17
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Nope mm I see the picture now probally gonna pay more in welding then if I just bought the 209 1
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So I just spent 40$ over 209 $ fell a little bit smarter about my decision then these guys in the first posts made me seem like
You're going to have to pay for custom fab work. Labor can get very expensive. At $55/Hr (for example) that can get expensive fast if things don't work right the first time. Not to mention the fact that you will sound like a complete fool asking for this to be done and the shop will either not do it or completely rip you off. And even if you get it on, it may not work as well as your stock mid-pipe. And then you'd have to pay all over again to switch it back.
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What size is it do you know

Just finished my exhaust. It is indeed 2.25 inch.

It's 2 1/4, not 2 1/2.
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Old 07-28-2014, 03:39 PM   #20
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Yup I understand now return please lol

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I am doubtful an aftermarket x-pipe, and/or deleting cats will make much of a difference, I doubt it will make a 15-20 RWHP improvement
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Old 07-28-2014, 04:01 PM   #22
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I don't think it would ether I just wanna get ride of a rasp and some exhaust scavenging might help performance a little bit
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X pipe is going to add more rasp.
You must me really new to all this

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Everything I've read was less rasp and more rumble with the x pipe
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We'll yes I am this is my first stang I've only been in imports and this is 2 completely different worlds
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Everything I've read was less rasp and more rumble with the x pipe
Well you need to go read again,

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Everything I've read was less rasp and more rumble with the x pipe
You just described an H pipe.
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X pipe is going to add more rasp.
You must me really new to all this

We all were "new to all this" at one time or another... that's why we share our experience here on the forums to help one another.
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So please grabber blue explain to rapinator

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But I feel everyone trying to jump my neck it's not like I came in here saying I'm a expert at this
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A "X" pipe will give you more rasp and a higher pitch.
A "H" pipe will be less rasp and deeper tone.
I do not know how to make thay any more simple

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X pipe from camaro will fit?

This thread has me face-palming so hard that it hurts and I'm dizzy.

You can make anything fit anything if you do enough fabricating and welding.

Hell, with enough effort you could fit a Saturn V rocket to it too.

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I've been reading threads for a while now and that's how everyone describes the x pipe so to my its all opinions
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I've been reading threads for a while now and that's how everyone describes the x pipe so to my its all opinions
Lost cause here.
Think as you wish bud.
Don't listen to people who know for a fact.

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