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Old 04-10-2012, 08:33 AM   #1
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bolt on x pipe/cat delete

i cant seem to find any company that makes a bolt on X pipe that deletes the cats except for magnaflow and its way over priced. any ideas?

I am referring to a pipe that connects directly to the headers comes down crosses over and ends to connect to the stock resonator pipes.

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i cant seem to find any company that makes a bolt on X pipe that deletes the cats except for magnaflow and its way over priced. any ideas?

I am referring to a pipe that connects directly to the headers comes down crosses over and ends to connect to the stock resonator pipes.

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what do you guys think its $249?
There are tons of companies that make exactly what you're talking about, here are three examples...

Mustang Parts & Performance - UPR Products
Lethal Performance, Performance parts for Ford Mustangs
Mustang Performance Parts | Blow-By Racing | 2005-2006-2007-2008-2009-2010-2011-2012-2013 | 05-06-07-08-09-10-11-12-13

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Also, I'm not sure what you searched for, but this google search returns all three of those products, plus the one at AM on the first page.

Let me google that for you
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I have the BBR x-pipe from latemodelrestoration.com, $300 shipped and it is great, bolted right up with zero issues

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The only thing I didn't like is that you had to reuse the old gaskets, which isn't a problem with a 2011 with 27k miles but if it was older and didn't come with any new exhaust gaskets it probably would have been an issue
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I have the BBR x-pipe from latemodelrestoration.com, $300 shipped and it is great, bolted right up with zero issues

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The only thing I didn't like is that you had to reuse the old gaskets, which isn't a problem with a 2011 with 27k miles but if it was older and didn't come with any new exhaust gaskets it probably would have been an issue
The UPR pipe re-uses the factory gaskets too. Good luck finding them if you need them, no parts stores carry them so it's a dealer-only item.
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Its a simple exhaust gaskets..I just went to local parts store and got some. Take one in they should have one.
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Its a simple exhaust gaskets..I just went to local parts store and got some. Take one in they should have one.
Mine worked fine. Just giving a heads up that it could pose a problem and anyone that sells exhaust parts should know to include new gaskets.
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Mine worked fine. Just giving a heads up that it could pose a problem and anyone that sells exhaust parts should know to include new gaskets.
Agree they should..bbr sucks though. Have been flamed not only by me but many others on other boards they are on for ****ty tunes, and customer service, bad parts etc.
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Agree they should..bbr sucks though. Have been flamed not only by me but many others on other boards they are on for ****ty tunes, and customer service, bad parts etc.
Sucks to hear, I must be the lucky one lol. They have been nothing but nice and helpful and I have found everything I bought from them very useful. Like I said maybe I'm the exception and not the norm
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Its a simple exhaust gaskets..I just went to local parts store and got some. Take one in they should have one.
Where did you get yours? I checked Autozone, O'reily (Checkers), and Advanced Auto and none of them carry ANY 2011 exhaust parts. I even had them check to see if the gasket was the same from a 2010, and they don't carry those either.

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Mine worked fine. Just giving a heads up that it could pose a problem and anyone that sells exhaust parts should know to include new gaskets.
I don't think anyone includes the gasket with their offroad X ... not sure why.
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Where did you get yours? I checked Autozone, O'reily (Checkers), and Advanced Auto and none of them carry ANY 2011 exhaust parts. I even had them check to see if the gasket was the same from a 2010, and they don't carry those either.

I don't think anyone includes the gasket with their offroad X ... not sure why.
Took one to O' Reilly and they had exhaust gaskets that matched it. Didn't go by year or anything. Just shape.
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Took one to O' Reilly and they had exhaust gaskets that matched it. Didn't go by year or anything. Just shape.
Yeah, that was beyond all these people. Maybe everyone in Ohio is retarded?
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Yeah, that was beyond all these people. Maybe everyone in Ohio is retarded?
LOL..that is why I will never move back there....haha
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LOL..that is why I will never move back there....haha
Good call ... I want out myself!
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Re: bolt on x pipe/cat delete

thank you!!!, i decided on the lethal performance x pipe, its affordable and seems like a quality piece.
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