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Old 01-10-2016, 06:30 PM   #1
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Mac ProChamber midpipe(using stock cats)

I found this midpipe from Mac ( http://www.lethalper...stock-cats.html )

It seems like it is a cut and weld style that allows you to use your stock cats and resonators much like the ford racing x pipe for those of us in emission tested states.

Anyone got one of these? How do they fit? How do they sound? Performance, if any?


I already have bbk shorties and ford racing sport axlebacks on my 3.7, wondering how this would change the sound/performance
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Don't, Mac can **** right off. Garbage fitment.

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Link doesn't work but I think I know what you are talking about. These are after cat prochambers. I've been curious about these. I hear they are pretty much like the cut and clamp X by Ford Racing. I haven't been able to hear anything about them but I've wanted to hear a video of them.
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Link doesn't work but I think I know what you are talking about. These are after cat prochambers. I've been curious about these. I hear they are pretty much like the cut and clamp X by Ford Racing. I haven't been able to hear anything about them but I've wanted to hear a video of them.
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I found this midpipe from Mac ( http://www.lethalper...stock-cats.html )

It seems like it is a cut and weld style that allows you to use your stock cats and resonators much like the ford racing x pipe for those of us in emission tested states.

Anyone got one of these? How do they fit? How do they sound? Performance, if any?


I already have bbk shorties and ford racing sport axlebacks on my 3.7, wondering how this would change the sound/performance
They are cut and clamp but the fit at the resonator end was so sloppy had to weld the edges.
The length supplied required that you cut the mid-pipe right at the end of the catalytic converters, and the supplied piece slipped over the ends of the converters.
I think it made my exhaust a bit deeper sounding. I have the rather tame Borla Touring muffler and I think it made it a little quieter initially but eventually got a little louder.
Performance wise: I don't think it made a difference.

EDIT: I'll try to get a video of the current sound. I think they would be good with the Stingers.???
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I wouldnt waste time with a prochamber. Get an offroad h and swap the midpipe out a week before inspection, also your car is too new for them to check for cats they will just check for the engine light
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I have a prochamber with Mac longtube headers, and I have to say I like mine. The only thing you will have to get used to, is when you first fire it up, it has a hollow sort of sound to it, but after it warms up it sounds fine. I also have cats attached to mine, even though it is supposed to be o/r.
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Interested in how they sound with s types and bbk shorties

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I have a prochamber with Mac longtube headers, and I have to say I like mine. The only thing you will have to get used to, is when you first fire it up, it has a hollow sort of sound to it, but after it warms up it sounds fine. I also have cats attached to mine, even though it is supposed to be o/r.
Do you have a video anywhere online of your setup? I'm planning on buying Mac LTH, ProChamber and Flowmaster Force II in a few months and I've yet to find a video showing the sound of the headers and ProChamber together.
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