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Old 03-25-2015, 03:44 PM   #36
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I didn't get a chance to put that on. I looked into it more and taking the cats off would have been a pain to deal with, plus the stock x-pipe is very good quality. The bbk one is aluminum I think and the stock is stainless so I just stuck with the axle back roush. But hey it sounds amazing. I really like it. Install you need to take your time if you get the tips you need to cut the valance with, but the look is totally worth it. Attachment 178367


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Its easy to take off the cats and mid pipe. If you have the X pipe you should give it a shot.
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It's something that will eventually happen I just don't think it's my next step yet. Everyone kept telling me if I mess with the cats it's going to make life hard especially with emissions. It is my dd if that makes any difference. I had to send it back anyways because AM only sent me half the x-pipe...I pretty much exchanged the purchase for some other stuff I wanted.


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Hey so obviously after cutting the rear valance and such I have no need for my stock axle backs now. What do you guys think a fair price would be to sell them at? I don't know who would want them too haha


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considering either these or the borla ataks
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I didn't get a chance to put that on. I looked into it more and taking the cats off would have been a pain to deal with, plus the stock x-pipe is very good quality. The bbk one is aluminum I think and the stock is stainless so I just stuck with the axle back roush. But hey it sounds amazing. I really like it. Install you need to take your time if you get the tips you need to cut the valance with, but the look is totally worth it. Attachment 178367


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Your stang looks sick. I'm personally a fan of those spoilers. Sadly, I can't get one for my car cause I opted for the rearview camera

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Your stang looks sick. I'm personally a fan of those spoilers. Sadly, I can't get one for my car cause I opted for the rearview camera

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Thanks man, yeah that's the issues I'm looking to put a backup camera in also haha


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Did you get the Roush Axlebacks with the dual chambered tips Roush Mustang Axle-Back Exhaust with Dual Chamber Tips 421517 (13-14 V6) - Free Shipping or just the normal square tips? I haven't been able to find a good video of someone that has them, to compare the difference between these and the normal round tips.
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Did you get the Roush Axlebacks with the dual chambered tips Roush Mustang Axle-Back Exhaust with Dual Chamber Tips 421517 (13-14 V6) - Free Shipping or just the normal square tips? I haven't been able to find a good video of someone that has them, to compare the difference between these and the normal round tips.
They're the same exact sound on a V6, only the tips are different

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Ah ok, I was wondering about that, it's good to know its just for looks.
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The look...well it's worth it. See a lot of mustangs, not any with my dual chambered tips


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Now that you have the roush ab installed compliment that with a set of short headers. I did mine last week and loved the results. I'm no longer looking for different exhaust set ups. It's a lot deeper than just the roush ab. The drone is gone. The 3k rasp is gone. Solid power band and a solid tone throughout every wot I've done. I love the sound it has now b


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Now that you have the roush ab installed compliment that with a set of short headers. I did mine last week and loved the results. I'm no longer looking for different exhaust set ups. It's a lot deeper than just the roush ab. The drone is gone. The 3k rasp is gone. Solid power band and a solid tone throughout every wot I've done. I love the sound it has now b


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Sweet, glad everything worked out! glad you didnt have to waste money on a new setup. What headers did you go with?
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I went with the bbk chrome headers. Everyone says to go ceramic because of the heat. So just my opinion but I'm not running my motor hard enough for it to matter a great deal. I've built several motors over the years to 500-900 hp and on those motors yes I agree 100% that it matters. But on a 300hp dd car I went for looks not 100% performance. I love chrome headers.


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I think the biggest thing people don't like about the chrome ones is they don't stay chrome. They say the heat changes their color.
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Old 05-11-2015, 06:19 PM   #51
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It does lol. It turns them purple and then fades away and they rust. I enjoy the color change then rip them off and powder coat them.


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It does lol. It turns them purple and then fades away and they rust. I enjoy the color change then rip them off and powder coat them.


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Trust me when you put them on you will not want to take them off again...
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Old 05-11-2015, 09:12 PM   #53
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I already put them on. It wasn't as bad as you all make them out to be. But then again I work on cars all the time. So needless to say I have every tool a mechanic could possibly want and then some

I would indeed take these off and do it again. I had fun lol. I love a challenge and these were a good one but it didn't take nearly as long as everyone says. It took me an hour a side 😊


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Trust me when you put them on you will not want to take them off again...
+1, i don't ever want to do mine again unless i absolutely have too. Fun they are not.

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It sounds dumb but I scuffed the new chrome headers and then sprayed them with 2 coats of VHT FlameProof and wrapped them with DEI Titanium exhaust wrap. We don't have to smog anything newer than 2009 here in Seattle, but I am going to run hiflow cats and a MAC ProChamber anyway.
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I'm about 1500 miles into mine. They go through a few phases of break-in. They start loud as f***, then start to mellow, at about 750-1000 miles they started to sound like crap, just a weird off tone with a sharp garble, and heavy drone sub-2k RPM, now at 1500 they are deep, rumbly with a pronounced growl at 50%+ throttle. The drone is gone for the most part, still a bit in 6th gear under load around 75mph(2.73s).

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These were my first MOD, along w/K&N CAI. After I put them on, I agree, it was way louder than I thought they would be! I have a few bridges/tunnels on my drive to work, and when I am able to, get it to about 4k, and they certainly do make heads turn! Also, the sound from 2nd-3rd-4th is just plain incredible, IMO. Install was pretty easy, and I am NO mechanic! (I work on Computers all day)
My neighbors laugh at me, and say they can hear me coming home!
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Yeah I was in the parking garage at the hospital on Sunday taking my girlfriend and her son to the ER & totally got on it. I scared the holy jesus out of this little old lady and her husband and felt kinda bad afterwards. My girlfriend's son however thought it was the best thing ever. He's 5. That's how I feel about it most of the time.
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Once you go roush there is no going back. 😁


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