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Old 01-23-2015, 08:21 AM   #1
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Question 2013 Mustang GT Flowmaster Outlaw Catback + Headers + Midpipe

Hi all, Im still fairly new to modifications and I dont know if this question has been asked before or not but here it is anyways.

I currently have the Flowmaster Outlaw Cat back exhaust on my 2013 Mustang GT and planning on installing headers and mid pipes (or whatever other parts are left to have a full aftermarket exhaust system).

Im leaning towards the American Racing Headers Long Tube Headers 1-3/4" With Catted H-Pipe 3" Stainless Steel as Ive heard good reviews about them and that they make a low rumbley sound in contrast to a raspy one.

Will these parts fit together? Or does the Flowmaster Outlaw Cat back already come with the X-pipe? if so what is the part between the X-pipe and the headers that have the stock catalytic converters?
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I would get the 1-7/8 headers. ...

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I know this may draw some flack, but if you are not going to put a Boss/CJ intake or mess with the cams I think the 1-3/4" be just fine. On a mostly stock motor I don't think you'd see much gain putting on the 1-7/8"......IMHO
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I know this will draw a lot of flack, but if you are not going to put a Boss/CJ intake or mess with the cams I think the 1-3/4" be just fine. On a mostly stock motor I don't think you'd see much gain putting on the 1-7/8"......IMHO
I would take this advice. Also outlaws with headers and midpipe Will be super loud

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I got the full aftermarket exhaust; header, x pipe and the outlaws and Its going to be super loud, I like it most of the times but when in an apartment complex or hotels people might complain about it
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Thanks for the replies!!

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I know this may draw some flack, but if you are not going to put a Boss/CJ intake or mess with the cams I think the 1-3/4" be just fine. On a mostly stock motor I don't think you'd see much gain putting on the 1-7/8"......IMHO
I am planning on getting the CJ intake along with the monoblade TB and JLT CAI. However havent decided on whether to get an aftermarket drive shaft and axle or not.

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I got the full aftermarket exhaust; header, x pipe and the outlaws and Its going to be super loud, I like it most of the times but when in an apartment complex or hotels people might complain about it
Hahaha I know its going to be extremely loud. As for people, where I live everyone likes loud exhausts unless if youre redlining your car at 3 AM
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