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Old 05-18-2014, 03:23 AM   #1
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Off Road Cat Delete Pipes

I have a 2014 Mustang GT with Roush Axlebacks and a Corsa After Cat X-Pipe.

I just ordered the Boss Manifold, Airaid CAI, and an SCT X4 with BAMA tunes.

Ive heard the biggest restriction is in the catalytic converters so I was looking at the Off-Road Cat Delete pipes. The Corsa After Cat X-Pipe is 2.75" so I was looking at getting the BBK Off-Road Cat Delete Pipes to pair with them. Does anyone have any experience with these? Ive heard of people having issues with the factory H-Pipe, but nothing on an aftermarket X-Pipe.

Also, is there any more benefit in just swapping in a Lethal O/R 3" X-Pipe? It'd be much cheaper just to swap the Cat Delete Pipes.

Finally, can anyone comment on the sound of an O/R x-pipe paired with the Roush axlebacks? Ive heard its extremely loud? I like the way they sound now and I dont mind a little rasp.

With all these mods, any idea on RWHP and RWTQ?
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YouTube -"roush jegs cat deletes "there is a gotta have it green mustang that is pretty aggressive sounding on there......have factory h with cat deletes from Jegs and haven't had a problem
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I have a full JBA H-pipe with GT500 Quad Axle back. Mines pretty darn loud especially on the highway. I couldn't imaging this set up with a non chambered exhaust. I'd be tearing it right back off. You have to consider the sound just driving around because there's no bottom end to these cars and it will sound like balls. Especially with a boss intake and GT gears.
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Don't go with BBK Cat deletes the passenger side fitment is ****! Get jegs, or Pypes cat deletes.

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Don't go with BBK Cat deletes the passenger side fitment is ****! Get jegs, or Pypes cat deletes.

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What size are the Jeg's? The BBK ones are the same size as the X-Pipe I have whereas the Pypes are a different size. Wouldn't it be better having both the same size?
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U have stock headers don't worry too much about the deletes

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U have stock headers don't worry too much about the deletes

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What exactly do you mean by this?

The stock exhaust manifolds actually flow really good for a stock system.

His restriction IS in the cats. Not the header system.

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U have stock headers don't worry too much about the deletes

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Im referring to the fit between the cat delete pipes and x-pipe. They should be the same size for a better fit correct?

What does stock headers have anything to do with?
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What exactly do you mean by this?

The stock exhaust manifolds actually flow really good for a stock system.

His restriction IS in the cats. Not the header system.

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From what I hear, this is the best mod for the money other than a tune...hearing about 10rwhp just from deleting the cats.
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No cats and those Roush A/Bs will probably be too loud for you. I had a similar setup and took the Roush off. Way too raspy. Like obnoxious. I will say this, you will notice a difference in power.
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From what I hear, this is the best mod for the money other than a tune...hearing about 10rwhp just from deleting the cats.
Yes it is!!!

I was asking Charlie_santos what he meant by not worrying about it because you have stock headers :-/

I didn't understand his comment as to why it was relevant.

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Im referring to the fit between the cat delete pipes and x-pipe. They should be the same size for a better fit correct?

What does stock headers have anything to do with?
As long as rhe cat delete pipes arent bigger than the xpipe then no worries. It can be smaller and open up to a larger mid pipe. For example the pypes xpipe I have is 3inch. That 3 inch is irrelevant to me because no matter what it still flows into the stock OTA pipes. I say the it doesn't matter too much because no matter what, ur still using stock manifolds. Yes they flow good but perfect fitment isn't too big of a deal unless u got full exhaust. That's my opinion.

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