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Old 01-05-2016, 12:50 PM   #1
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Pypes headers

Hello, I was offered 779 shipped for pypes long tubes and a catted x. Seems like a really good deal, but heard pypes headers are a PITA. What do you guys think? Any experience with pypes long tubes? Thanks.
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I have on mie but had a mechanic friend install. He said that it was a PITA but didn't have a fitment issue, just said that headers on the 11-14 GT is a pain because of space installing. I think my headers were $550 or so new from American Muscle so check around. Doesnt seem like a great price
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Dynatech. Pypes is junk quality and uses the lowest of low quality Chinese stainless steel. Also the primaries are not equal length. Dynatech is cheaper than Kooks and the quality is just as good.
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that price is pretty good, but the fitment issues can't be overlooked with them, at the least, I can pretty much guarantee the steering shaft will rub, which is easily rectified, but a pain non the less. I'd say they are no more difficult to install than any other long tube, mine have been on for 2 years this March, I drive the car daily, they still look decent, so not sure about the ****ty material quality claim.......my recommendation is, if you can afford ARH, Stainless Works, or Kooks get one of those

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I have on mie but had a mechanic friend install. He said that it was a PITA but didn't have a fitment issue, just said that headers on the 11-14 GT is a pain because of space installing. I think my headers were $550 or so new from American Muscle so check around. Doesnt seem like a great price
550 with the x pipe also? Or just the long tubes? The price I was offered was with the catted x pipe too.
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that price is pretty good, but the fitment issues can't be overlooked with them, at the least, I can pretty much guarantee the steering shaft will rub, which is easily rectified, but a pain non the less. I'd say they are no more difficult to install than any other long tube, mine have been on for 2 years this March, I drive the car daily, they still look decent, so not sure about the ****ty material quality claim.......my recommendation is, if you can afford ARH, Stainless Works, or Kooks get one of those

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I can't really afford any of those. I drive the car daily also. Just seems like such a good price.. With a catted x pipe! Did you fix the steering shaft problem? How do you like them? Thanks.
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Dynatech. Pypes is junk quality and uses the lowest of low quality Chinese stainless steel. Also the primaries are not equal length. Dynatech is cheaper than Kooks and the quality is just as good.
I'll look those up too. Just considering pypes bc of the price. I'm on a pretty small budget. But I'll give the dynatech a look too.
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You get what you pay for. Been there, done that with cheap Mustang parts when I was younger. Not saying the Pypes won't fit but they are the price they are for a reason.


Buy quality, buy once because people always seem to have the money to do it right the second time.
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I can't really afford any of those. I drive the car daily also. Just seems like such a good price.. With a catted x pipe! Did you fix the steering shaft problem? How do you like them? Thanks.
if you're on a really tight budget, they're a decent header for the price, as I said, you will most certainly have a steering shaft rubbing issue, I fixed it with a few washers, took all of 30 minutes, after that, I've had no other issues with the Pypes, but if I had it to do again, I wouldn't buy them again

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yeah that's why I recommend he buy ARH, Stainless Works, or Kooks if he can swing it, that being said, now that they're on my car, they have been wonderful, no o2 issues and still look decent, and they make power, I made 412 to the wheels with only the long tubes, catted x pipe and Revolution Auto tune

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if you're on a really tight budget, they're a decent header for the price, as I said, you will most certainly have a steering shaft rubbing issue, I fixed it with a few washers, took all of 30 minutes, after that, I've had no other issues with the Pypes, but if I had it to do again, I wouldn't buy them again



yeah that's why I recommend he buy ARH, Stainless Works, or Kooks if he can swing it, that being said, now that they're on my car, they have been wonderful, no o2 issues and still look decent, and they make power, I made 412 to the wheels with only the long tubes, catted x pipe and Revolution Auto tune

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I am on a really tight budget. But I'm not sure what to do.. Seems like a lot of problems with the pypes. What about bbk? Should I ask for a price on those? I would love to get the higher quality headers, but they are simply too much... Sadly.
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Pypes headers

Save and buy higher quality. It's cheaper to do it once....
IF I get headers they will either be StainlessWorks or Kooks. Possibly Magnaflow if the deal is right. I prefer ceramic coated.
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BBK isn't any better than the pypes as far as quality.

Telling you, take a look at Dynatech. Every bit as good as Kooks/SW/ARH and cheaper.

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BBK isn't any better than the pypes as far as quality.

Telling you, take a look at Dynatech. Every bit as good as Kooks/SW/ARH and cheaper.

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Alright, I'll go take a look now
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BBK isn't any better than the pypes as far as quality.

Telling you, take a look at Dynatech. Every bit as good as Kooks/SW/ARH and cheaper.

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Got the pricing for dynatech. 1225 with the catted x pipe. And stainless power is 1125 with catted x. Good prices?

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BBK isn't any better than the pypes as far as quality.

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Got the pricing for dynatech. 1225 with the catted x pipe. Good price?
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if you're on a really tight budget, they're a decent header for the price, as I said, you will most certainly have a steering shaft rubbing issue, I fixed it with a few washers, took all of 30 minutes, after that, I've had no other issues with the Pypes, but if I had it to do again, I wouldn't buy them again



yeah that's why I recommend he buy ARH, Stainless Works, or Kooks if he can swing it, that being said, now that they're on my car, they have been wonderful, no o2 issues and still look decent, and they make power, I made 412 to the wheels with only the long tubes, catted x pipe and Revolution Auto tune

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And you are talking about the pypes headers right?
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Guys what about Jba long tube headers and a catted H? Jba any good? Thanks.
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And you are talking about the pypes headers right?
yes, I have Pypes headers



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Guys what about Jba long tube headers and a catted H? Jba any good? Thanks.
JBA are often forgotten about, but they are good, buddy of mine had them and they fit spot on, if there's one issue with them, it's that they hang lower than most other long tubes, could be an issue on lowered cars


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Got the pricing for dynatech. 1225 with the catted x pipe. And stainless power is 1125 with catted x. Good prices?

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Got the pricing for dynatech. 1225 with the catted x pipe. Good price?
Never heard of stainless power. Have heard of Stainless Works before...
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yes, I have Pypes headers



JBA are often forgotten about, but they are good, buddy of mine had them and they fit spot on, if there's one issue with them, it's that they hang lower than most other long tubes, could be an issue on lowered cars


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Oh, ok. So overall your pypes headers are doing well for you from what I heard. Glad to hear. And yeah saw the JBA's and thought why I didn't ask about those. Seem to be a quality header. Still considering the pypes, Idk the price is just too good for me not to think about them..
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Never heard of stainless power. Have heard of Stainless Works before...
Yeah, Stainless Power is Stainless Works but cheaper version I guess. Stainless Power uses China crap. Stainless Power still isn't too bad from what I have been reading. And what about the price on the Dynatech headers? Good price?
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The best cheap header for the coyote is JBA.



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Looks like it. Jba long tube and catted H pipe for 849 dollars. Doesn't look like a bad price to me. Just not sure if the h pipe they let me choose is 3 inch to 2.75 inches.. Or just a full 3 inch one.
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yes, I have Pypes headers



JBA are often forgotten about, but they are good, buddy of mine had them and they fit spot on, if there's one issue with them, it's that they hang lower than most other long tubes, could be an issue on lowered cars


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Where did your buddy get his JBA's from, if you know of course.
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Where did your buddy get his JBA's from, if you know of course.
The google, she knows much. I found them on AM in about 3 seconds but they are out of stock...
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2011-2014 Ford Mustang Exhaust Headers & Manifolds - JBA Headers 6685S - JBA Cat4ward Headers

Or on Jegs if you want to be damn sure of customer service not sucking.

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Where did your buddy get his JBA's from, if you know of course.
I think Amazon, for a pretty good price too

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The google, she knows much. I found them on AM in about 3 seconds but they are out of stock...
Lol, already had them pulled up. Just wanted to see for the price where his bud got them
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550 with the x pipe also? Or just the long tubes? The price I was offered was with the catted x pipe too.
All these were purchased from AM with MEVO discount:

Pypes LTH - $514
Pypes Off road H (prob close to catted x price wise??) - $281
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All these were purchased from AM with MEVO discount:

Pypes LTH - $514
Pypes Off road H (prob close to catted x price wise??) - $281
You like the h pipe? I can't decide between the x or h, if I buy them of course.
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You like the h pipe? I can't decide between the x or h, if I buy them of course.
I litterally get 3-4 compliments a week on the sound. I get X-pipe guys saying they like mine better. Less raspy, deeper. Definitely the way to go IMO. There is a myth that it is less HP but it just isnt true.
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H pipe is going to be less raspy regardless of what mufflers you have. And yes the H vs X thing is a stupid myth started by the rags years ago, they make the same power.


I'd still get the Dynatechs if you want the best or the JBAs that have been pointed out already.
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I litterally get 3-4 compliments a week on the sound. I get X-pipe guys saying they like mine better. Less raspy, deeper. Definitely the way to go IMO. There is a myth that it is less HP but it just isnt true.
Alright, yeah I'm getting tired of rasp. I got the roushs without the resonators.
Might be switching those out. Alright I think h pipe will be the way to go. Thanks!
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I litterally get 3-4 compliments a week on the sound. I get X-pipe guys saying they like mine better. Less raspy, deeper. Definitely the way to go IMO. There is a myth that it is less HP but it just isnt true.
Do you have any recordings of your exhaust? Or if you can, can you make a short video just to see how it sounds? Thanks a lot.
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