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Old 01-11-2016, 04:56 AM   #1
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So basically i bought a v6 mustang that is coverted into a shelby (only exterior) am looking to buy an axleback but the rear valance is a Gt500 i should buy a gt500 quad axlebacks? Since dual axlebacks will look stupid....

Does a shorty headers need an x pipe ?
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You should sell the car or convert it back to the V6 that it is 👍


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What bout the shorty headers question ?
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They dont necessarily need an Xpipe, I mean you could go with an H-pipe if you like that better. But it all depends on what year model your car is, the 10-12 gt500's had dual tip, while the 13-14 where quadtip. The dual tip axlebacks are what I have on my 2014 v6 and they sound great, but the quad tips also have a really nice sound, but they are just a bit more expensive.
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They dont necessarily need an Xpipe, I mean you could go with an H-pipe if you like that better. But it all depends on what year model your car is, the 10-12 gt500's had dual tip, while the 13-14 where quadtip. The dual tip axlebacks are what I have on my 2014 v6 and they sound great, but the quad tips also have a really nice sound, but they are just a bit more expensive.
Thanks a lot only person that actually helped. (:
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Thanks a lot only person that actually helped. (:
A lot of people do not like the fact that people make "clones" of another type of mustang, but to me its your car, you do what you like with it. I know you said you bought it that way, but if you like it, then keep it that way, I say just keep the cobra badges off it it, then its all golden. I mean lets be honest the v6's are kind of plain, so of course we are going to add our own spin to them.
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So basically i bought a v6 mustang that is coverted into a shelby (only exterior) am looking to buy an axleback but the rear valance is a Gt500 i should buy a gt500 quad axlebacks? Since dual axlebacks will look stupid....

Does a shorty headers need an x pipe ?
I'm assuming you have the '13-'14 GT500 rear valance, so in that case I would keep with the quad tip for aesthetic purposes. You don't "need" an x-pipe for shorty headers, you can leave the stock one in.

IMHO as long as no cobra badges, you shouldn't offend anyone.
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I'm assuming you have the '13-'14 GT500 rear valance, so in that case I would keep with the quad tip for aesthetic purposes. You don't "need" an x-pipe for shorty headers, you can leave the stock one in.

IMHO as long as no cobra badges, you shouldn't offend anyone.
thats my first time buying a mustang, i used to have a 2011 bmw 335i. So am a total noob so give me patience.
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If its a 13/14 then yes, quad tips. If 10-12 then get single tips.


Keep the GT500 front valence make sure there are no Cobra badges so its not a poser and then drop a turbo kit into it.
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If its a 13/14 then yes, quad tips. If 10-12 then get single tips.


Keep the GT500 front valence make sure there are no Cobra badges so its not a poser and then drop a turbo kit into it.
I was thinking of adding a procharger pretty soon.
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I was thinking of adding a procharger pretty soon.
Since you are wanting shorty headers, Jack Markgraf of JM Performance now has their twin turbo system for sale for $5700 https://www.facebook.com/jmpturbo/ His stuff is legit unlike some other shady companys I have seen. If you are thinking of getting a procharger, I would suggest looking at this or his single turbo kit.
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thats my first time buying a mustang, i used to have a 2011 bmw 335i. So am a total noob so give me patience.
No worries. I'm sure you have a lot of questions.

How much power are you looking to get out of the procharger? Just be sure to look into what the stock 3.7 can handle safely.
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Since you are wanting shorty headers, Jack Markgraf of JM Performance now has their twin turbo system for sale for $5700 https://www.facebook.com/jmpturbo/ His stuff is legit unlike some other shady companys I have seen. If you are thinking of getting a procharger, I would suggest looking at this or his single turbo kit.
To piggyback on this @3.7thor on IG has this kit installed and @alrefire on IG (and in these forums as well) is getting this too I believe, just in case you want to talk to someone with experience using the kit if you go turbo.
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To piggyback on this @3.7thor on IG has this kit installed and @alrefire on IG (and in these forums as well) is getting this too I believe, just in case you want to talk to someone with experience using the kit if you go turbo.
I know I want that twin turbo so bad! It is sweet, and good power for low boost, so it is well within daily driving range.
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No worries. I'm sure you have a lot of questions.

How much power are you looking to get out of the procharger? Just be sure to look into what the stock 3.7 can handle safely.
First thing on my mind is adding couple of mods such as headers , filter.. Am not sure how do mustangs work when adding power. What can a 3.7 handle safely ?
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I know I want that twin turbo so bad! It is sweet, and good power for low boost, so it is well within daily driving range.
It's on my list of things to get for sure as well, but that won't be for a while since this is my only vehicle at the moment. Until then I'll just be prepping the suspension and other pieces so that when I do get it I'll be able to use it to it's full potential
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Since you are wanting shorty headers, Jack Markgraf of JM Performance now has their twin turbo system for sale for $5700 https://www.facebook.com/jmpturbo/ His stuff is legit unlike some other shady companys I have seen. If you are thinking of getting a procharger, I would suggest looking at this or his single turbo kit.
Dang that turbo kit tho
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First thing on my mind is adding couple of mods such as headers , filter.. Am not sure how do mustangs work when adding power. What can a 3.7 handle safely ?
I'd try do a search in this forum section, I'm sure it's been asked before. I want to say 450 rwhp is considered "safe," but I'm not 100% on that.

Also check out the the beginners guide sticky at the top of this forum section, it's very helpful.
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It's on my list of things to get for sure as well, but that won't be for a while since this is my only vehicle at the moment. Until then I'll just be prepping the suspension and other pieces so that when I do get it I'll be able to use it to it's full potential
I am in the exact same boat, this is my daily driver, I will be getting gears and driveshaft next, then I will do full bmr suspension with eibach pro springs and koni shocks and struts.
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I am in the exact same boat, this is my daily driver, I will be getting gears and driveshaft next, then I will do full bmr suspension with eibach pro springs and koni shocks and struts.
Nice! I think gears will be next year for me. Next up for me is some appearance mods:
Cervini GT500 upper and lower grilles
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Tinted windows

Going to wait until March to get these done once this cold weather is out of here.

BTW, you'll love those suspension mods. I have a difference setup than you, but regardless, you'll feel like you were trying a tractor before.
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This is my car
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Yea I would definitely lose the cobra badges, its too bad the dude painted gt500 on the side........ other than that it looks sweet, I like it.
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Yea I would definitely lose the cobra badges, its too bad the dude painted gt500 on the side........ other than that it looks sweet, I like it.
Am not sure if those are decals that can be removed
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Also when ever you decide to get boost the lower grill delete would look sweet!
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Also when ever you decide to get boost the lower grill delete would look sweet!
Thats on my list

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Thats on my list

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-Catted H pipe

- Bbk shorty headers

And am thinking of doing it an all black stang with tinted windows
Personally I would go with the Steeda intake, if I had to do it over again, thats what I would have went with.
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Personally I would go with the Steeda intake, if I had to do it over again, thats what I would have went with.
It needs a tune tho :/
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I say it is your car and you can put on any emblem that you care to.
Please don't start mutilating the graphics on your car to please people on this forum..... do it only because YOU want to. If you like it, leave it as is, the car belongs to YOU.
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Nobody was telling him to. Just giving him advice. Nothing worse than a poser even if that's not his intentions, it's all about what people assume


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Car looks DOPE. Someone put a good chunk of money into that


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Car looks great, but those Cobra badges and gt500 logos anger the mustang gods!
IMO that's a major no no, its your car, but I wouldn't be going to any car shows with a car badged like that!

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Car looks amazing, I'd lose all the Shelby stuff and completely murder it out tho. Its very likely that the stripes and the side logos are vinyl and would just peel off.

As for your question about the 3.7L power capacity, well over 500whp. The LPF turbo guys kept cranking up the boost trying to get theirs to blow up and it never did. They got sick of waiting with the car at the mid 500whp level and yanked it for a fully built motor and it was still running totally fine.

Get the Turbo if you are thinking of forced induction. Its not even the same universe between the turbo and the Procharger. The Procharger is a nice kit don't get me wrong... but they are lacking badly in the torque dept and you'll still get smoked by a simple bolt on Coyote. If that car didn't look so damn good I'd say sell it and just buy a Coyote.
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Car looks amazing, I'd lose all the Shelby stuff and completely murder it out tho. Its very likely that the stripes and the side logos are vinyl and would just peel off.

As for your question about the 3.7L power capacity, well over 500whp. The LPF turbo guys kept cranking up the boost trying to get theirs to blow up and it never did. They got sick of waiting with the car at the mid 500whp level and yanked it for a fully built motor and it was still running totally fine.

Get the Turbo if you are thinking of forced induction. Its not even the same universe between the turbo and the Procharger. The Procharger is a nice kit don't get me wrong... but they are lacking badly in the torque dept and you'll still get smoked by a simple bolt on Coyote. If that car didn't look so damn good I'd say sell it and just buy a Coyote.
Hahaha thanks. Looks like am going with the turbo. Stay tuned
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Thats on my list

Mods to be added

- k&N typhoon 69 series CAI

-Catted H pipe

- Bbk shorty headers

And am thinking of doing it an all black stang with tinted windows
A suggestion/question. Why shorty headers if you are looking at changing out the H-pipe? Most folks go with shortys because they are cheaper and no other exhaust mods are necessary. The long tube headers need a new mid pipe (and a tune) but you'll get a slight performance bump which you won't get with the shortys,

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A suggestion/question. Why shorty headers if you are looking at changing out the H-pipe? Most folks go with shortys because they are cheaper and no other exhaust mods are necessary. The long tube headers need a new mid pipe (and a tune) but you'll get a slight performance bump which you won't get with the shortys,

Your car is kickin brother.

Ive watched many youtube vids and the sound am looking for is more like a deeper exhaust tone i found out that shorties with lethat performance O/R h pipe sounds damn good together. Am adding a turbo soon tho.
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