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I was wondering if there were any good xpipes that I can get for my V6 that I can just reuse my stock catalytic converters for. Getting catted xpipes is so expensive and I dont want to put on an off-road xpipe simply for emission purposes.
 

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Would it be signitficantly better to just get the off road bbk xpipe and then just switch it out when I get emissions and service like once a year?
 

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Would it be signitficantly better to just get the off road bbk xpipe and then just switch it out when I get emissions and service like once a year?
I'm pretty sure u would have to reinstall the headers with the stock h pipe if u wanted to do that. The bbk xpipe & the stock h pipe are not interchangeable.
 

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I was wondering if there were any good xpipes that I can get for my V6 that I can just reuse my stock catalytic converters for. Getting catted xpipes is so expensive and I dont want to put on an off-road xpipe simply for emission purposes.
Don't bother then. The aftermarket x pipe has high flow cats, freeing up airflow. Using the stock will still congest your engines airflow.

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Get a lethal performance offroad mid pipe! I would personally recommend the H-Pipe because it makes a deeper sound!

http://www.lethalperformance.com/2011-2013-mustang-v6-3-7l/exhaust/midpipes/lethal-performance.html
H pipe also smaller performance gains. A few hp, nothing huge, but at the same price, why not get the slightly more performance one?
 

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Don't bother then. The aftermarket x pipe has high flow cats, freeing up airflow. Using the stock will still congest your engines airflow.

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H pipe also smaller performance gains. A few hp, nothing huge, but at the same price, why not get the slightly more performance one?
Literally only 2HP difference look it up. There is no difference honestly cuz u ain't gna feel a 2hp difference

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The lethal performance H pipe doesn't hook up to aftermarket long tube headers for 11 plus v6 models.
He didn't ask that. He wants just a direct replacement. He said nothing about aftermarket headers
 

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Literally only 2HP difference look it up. There is no difference honestly cuz u ain't gna feel a 2hp difference

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He didn't ask that. He wants just a direct replacement. He said nothing about aftermarket headers
Uh huh. Okay.
 

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The lethal performance H pipe doesn't hook up to aftermarket long tube headers for 11 plus v6 models.
He didn't ask that. He wants just a direct replacement. He said nothing about aftermarket headers

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Uh huh. Okay.
plz quote him where he says anything about aftermarket headers. He only said he wants a xpipe but thought the Catted ones were too expensive but needed one due to emissions duh lol
 

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He didn't ask that. He wants just a direct replacement. He said nothing about aftermarket headers

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plz quote him where he says anything about aftermarket headers. He only said he wants a xpipe but thought the Catted ones were too expensive but needed one due to emissions duh lol
Got ya. Lol
 

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A couple months? That's a long wait. Had mine since June of last year man. But I went with Catted even tho it's expensive and the gains are 2-5HP different then with off road xpipe n I've seen dyno runs to prove it.
If I had emission issues I would get the catted high flowing x pipe but I don't have yearly emission testing.
 
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