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Old 08-13-2014, 11:25 AM   #1
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Pypes offroad-H pipe W/ Roush AB stock

Pypes offroad-H pipe W/ Roush AB stock???

I have a '13 Stock GT with Roush AB only and I was looking to get pypes offroad h pipe. I havn't seen any videos with this setup.. Any idea how it would sound? Also how would I go about installing? Deleting cats and install a 3 inch mid pipe to it? Would it make it drone? Thannks yall
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I have the Pypes off road H pipe but with Pype bombs muffler deletes. I LOVE it. There are some think I am too loud but I think the Roush will take care of that. I had them install the off road and keep the stock resonators in then add the pype bombs after those.

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2013 Mustang GT Exhaust Pypes Off Road H-pipe with Pype Bomb axle back BAMA Tuned - YouTube

You will need tune with off road pipes of any kind
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I've heard its loud. Ill be running a similar set up hopefully by Friday.

As for installation, its fun. The 4 cat bolts are a pain to loosen up, especially on the passenger side bolt that you have to use a good 2 feet of extensions for. Also recommend a universal joint for that bolt too. Make sure you have a friend, a good cheater bar and plenty of muscle and you can work through it. Just take your time. I've taken my cats off just have to wait for an extra set of hands to reinstall the off-road h pipe. I assume it'll be much easier than taking the cats off.
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I have the Pypes off road H pipe but with Pype bombs muffler deletes. I LOVE it. There are some think I am too loud but I think the Roush will take care of that. I had them install the off road and keep the stock resonators in then add the pype bombs after those.

Here is link. But remember different axle backs:
2013 Mustang GT Exhaust Pypes Off Road H-pipe with Pype Bomb axle back BAMA Tuned - YouTube

You will need tune with off road pipes of any kind

A tune is required? I'm looking for sound not an extra 3HP. lol
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A tune is 100% necessary. Need to turn off the rear o2 sensors and do something with the COTP. Maybe someone else can chime in and explain it. The way I understand it is without cats and without a tune the computer will dump extra fuel to cool the cats that aren't there if you're catless without a tune if it senses the cats getting hot
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A tune is 100% necessary. Need to turn off the rear o2 sensors and do something with the COTP. Maybe someone else can chime in and explain it. The way I understand it is without cats and without a tune the computer will dump extra fuel to cool the cats that aren't there if you're catless without a tune if it senses the cats getting hot

okay okay. thanks man! appreciate it(:
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A tune is 100% necessary. Need to turn off the rear o2 sensors and do something with the COTP. Maybe someone else can chime in and explain it. The way I understand it is without cats and without a tune the computer will dump extra fuel to cool the cats that aren't there if you're catless without a tune if it senses the cats getting hot
Absolutely correct.
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Absolutely correct.
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I have a question about that. I have a catless setup on my 14 GT (bought it that way). I finally got a proper look underneath when I had it up on the lift to put my pype bombs on. It looks like my 02 sensors are hooked to MIL eliminators. I still have to take it somewhere to have it scanned to see if it has a tune. So, with this setup, IF I don't have a tune, am I loosing any power generally speaking? And if the computer isn't sensing the cats because of those plugs, I shouldn't have to worry about extra fuel being dumped to cool the non existent cats right?
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The opposite. If you don't have a tune then COT is kicking in and dumping fuel to cool the cats which are no longer present. Mil eliminators are the wrong way to do things on these cars. Yes you are losing power as well not to mention a tune is worth more than ditching the cats.
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Are there shops or companies around that can create and apply a tune? I was looking into it a while back and found that the tuner module alone costs 400 bucks, let alone whatever the tune will be. I remember seeing something on American Muscle about $100 tunes after you send in some data, does that stuff work? Forgive me, I'm extremely new to anything beyond welding on exhausts and spending all day drinking while putting on lift kits lol.

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Are there shops or companies around that can create and apply a tune? I was looking into it a while back and found that the tuner module alone costs 400 bucks, let alone whatever the tune will be. I remember seeing something on American Muscle about $100 tunes after you send in some data, does that stuff work? Forgive me, I'm extremely new to anything beyond welding on exhausts and spending all day drinking while putting on lift kits lol.

Thank you in advance.
I think the sct 4 comes with tunes from Bama for $399. They automatically do the revisions I believe. Now if you want a Lund tune ect. then you have to buy the tuner and pay for the tune which I believe is an extra $200. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
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Are there shops or companies around that can create and apply a tune? I was looking into it a while back and found that the tuner module alone costs 400 bucks, let alone whatever the tune will be. I remember seeing something on American Muscle about $100 tunes after you send in some data, does that stuff work? Forgive me, I'm extremely new to anything beyond welding on exhausts and spending all day drinking while putting on lift kits lol.

Thank you in advance.
You still need an SCT handheld device to transfer tunes to your car.
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Pypes offroad-H pipe W/ Roush AB stock???

I have a '13 Stock GT with Roush AB only and I was looking to get pypes offroad h pipe. I havn't seen any videos with this setup.. Any idea how it would sound? Also how would I go about installing? Deleting cats and install a 3 inch mid pipe to it? Would it make it drone? Thannks yall
That's the exact setup I have haha, do you have an Instagram? I have a couple videos up there
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Tuning is the most important aspect of these cars to run fine, don't do the cheapest route. VMP, Lund, Livernois are all good options.
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