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Old 02-02-2015, 05:43 PM   #1
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Im looking into getting pype bombs for my 2011 v6 convertible. Ive watched videos on youtube and many of them say the video does it no justice. Im just wondering, if any of you have had experience with them or currently have them, how much louder are they compared to the stock exhaust? How is idle? What about highway speeds? Im getting 4.10s as well and a steeda race intake. Any info is appreciated. Also, these mods will most likely be installed next week.
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I had some flowmaster exhaust, not sure which one so I can't compare to the stock exhaust. I wasn't crazy about them they weren't loud enough for me. Eventually they started rattling (apparently that's common for flowmasters) and I replaced them with pype bombs. I LOVE THEM!!! Starting the car and hearing the rumble never gets old. They are very quiet below 1500ish imo, but are quite loud when accelerating, not crazy loud. They can have some drone, but it doesn't bother me much tbh. If i bought another mustang, it would be the first mod.

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Awesome. Thanks bro. Ordered them today so i cant wait to hear them!
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I've seen this thread posted like 3 different places, AND I believe I answered this in another thread.

anyway the pypes are very loud and droney. It'll sound awesome with a vert. Now the 4.10s I don't know. Pypes sound great in the low rpms and the the 4.10s are gonna have you running in the higher rpms I would imagine, so you'll hear more of the high end, which, is raspy.
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I've had Pype Bombs on my car for about 5 months now and they sound great for the low cost! The only strike I have against them is they didn't fit well and it takes some time to make sure you've got a good tight fit that won't come loose over bumps.

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I've had Pype Bombs on my car for about 5 months now and they sound great for the low cost! The only strike I have against them is they didn't fit well and it takes some time to make sure you've got a good tight fit that won't come loose over bumps.

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Would you say it could be too loud at idle for a trailer park? Lol
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I've had Pype Bombs on my car for about 5 months now and they sound great for the low cost! The only strike I have against them is they didn't fit well and it takes some time to make sure you've got a good tight fit that won't come loose over bumps.

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I can second that

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No I wouldn't think so, just stay out of the throttle and in low rpms.

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Also I would use the stock clamps because the pype clamps as crap imo.

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Also I would use the stock clamps because the pype clamps as crap imo.

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You have to re-use the stock clamps on the 2011+ models as they switched over to a ball and socket connection rather than the normal slide on design. Aftermarket axlebacks don't come with clamps.

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You can just break the stock clamps off
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You have to re-use the stock clamps on the 2011+ models as they switched over to a ball and socket connection rather than the normal slide on design. Aftermarket axlebacks don't come with clamps.

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my roush did cant say they dont
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How long do they take to break in?
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I didn't know that they were supposed to be broken in. Is this something that you are supposed to do to all exhaust parts? I guess you learn something new everyday.

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I hear so many different things on forums its ridiculous 😂 ive never added exhausts, gears, cais or anything before so im really new to this
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I hear so many different things on forums its ridiculous 😂 ive never added exhausts, gears, cais or anything before so im really new to this
Break in refers to carbon building up inside of them which for my outlaws makes them a little deeper and quiter

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I didn't know that they were supposed to be broken in. Is this something that you are supposed to do to all exhaust parts? I guess you learn something new everyday.

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I just installed some magnaflow axle-backs last weekend and have put about 300 miles on them now. The sound has changed a bit, less drone and more refinement
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I didn't know that they were supposed to be broken in. Is this something that you are supposed to do to all exhaust parts? I guess you learn something new everyday.

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You don't literally do a break in procedure like you would with a tranny or engine. Just drive normL

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my roush did cant say they dont
The majority don't then lol
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Break in refers to carbon building up inside of them which for my outlaws makes them a little deeper and quiter

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same with my roush. they tend to lose that raspy metalic sound that they first tend to have.
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I hear so many different things on forums its ridiculous 😂 ive never added exhausts, gears, cais or anything before so im really new to this
This is probably a good thread to read through then. Lots of info on mods. Sticky for Common/popular Mustang mods

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I have had them for over a year and keep switching from them to stock and back. They are too loud when on the highway at my favorite speed, but when cruising around they are great. The figment is terrible. I had to adjust the brackets by cutting them off an re-welding them to make them work. The angle of the flange is poor to. They have the worst figment of anything I have installed on my car so far.


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Are the Pypes that hard to install and poorly fitted? I want to put them on my recently purchased 2012 Mustang, but don't want to cheapen it since its in decent stock condition. A buddy of mine who has worked on 80s and 90s Mustangs said he'd install it for me.


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Are the Pypes that hard to install and poorly fitted? I want to put them on my recently purchased 2012 Mustang, but don't want to cheapen it since its in decent stock condition. A buddy of mine who has worked on 80s and 90s Mustangs said he'd install it for me.


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There are some fitment issues i had a performance shop install them for me and they look great. Centered and everything. I didnt ask what all he had to do but he did say it there were some issues. And they sound amazing.
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I have the pypes, they sound really great. But I have the shorty headers and bbk catted x pipe aswell. Before the pypes I had my flow master force 2 installed(they're currently sitting in the house in bubble wrap), they sound nice but at higher rpms that "Can" noise would be present and over whelming. With the pypes, that "can" noise is eliminated throughout the entire rpm ban completely and I am very satisfied, I wouldn't have it no other way. I have a clip and it sounds the same as(or very close) to my 2000 GT with full exhaust and this is a 2014 mustang pp v6. Ask me for clip if you want to hear, just playing the clip from my phone itself sounds mean, I knew the v6 had potential for good sound from YouTube videos but I didn't expect it to be this good. And this thing is way louder than stock could ever possibly be. Once again with the force 2's it sounds nice but will be higher pitch tone and at rpms above 4k you'll be making a fool out of yourself. Try this setup I have now though for your v6 you can't be disappointed.


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Oh and btw, the install of the pypes were no different than when I installed the force 2's. Don't expect to just pull off old exhaust and put on new exhaust, you'll have to mess around a little bit, but nothing difficult. When it came to positioning my exhaust To desired location/angle I just did what I did with the force 2's, once you have both hangers in rubber holes hold it in desired position and then tighten the clamp all the way, it'll be fine, it won't come loose or anything like that it'll stay put. The hardest part was trying to put both hangers in rubber hole which took about 10min tops on each of messing around. Just don't expect it to come off and on as if your replacing rims or something.


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