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Old 09-18-2012, 05:51 PM   #1
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Connection question!

Am thinking about getting a gt500 axelback but i am also getting a SW long tube header O/R xpipe and it is 3 inch and the tube for the acelback is 2.75 i believe, so how do i connect them two??
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You will have no issues using the factory midpipes and connections. Everything will hook up with no problem.
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You will have no issues using the factory midpipes and connections. Everything will hook up with no problem.
So where do i get the connection from the 3 inch pipe to the 2.75 pipe???
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Re: Connection question!

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So where do i get the connection from the 3 inch pipe to the 2.75 pipe???
It's already on your car. There are multiple pieces of the exhaust system in the S197 Mustang platform. From engine to rear bumper they are:
  • Headers/Manifold
  • Catalytic Converters
  • H-Pipe
  • Over-axle Pipes
  • Mufflers/Axle-backs

The mods you listed do not replace the over-axle pipes, which connect the cats/h-pipe (or offroad midpipe) to the mufflers/axle-backs.
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