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Would This X Pipe fit with longtubes and Gt Catback?

Discussion in '1994-2004 V6 Mustang Tech' started by JustSpeed7, Jun 17, 2008.

  1. JustSpeed7

    JustSpeed7 J.Rodriguez

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    if the statement that with longtubes a gt mid pipe will fit is correct then yes but im not sure if that is true or not. it seems like it should since its the same chassis but there may be a few variances in the headers
     
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    I would say that it does. When I had my v6, I had longtubes and the midpipe I had was for a gt. . .worked perfectly.
     
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    JustSpeed7 J.Rodriguez

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    Ok thats something to think about.
     
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    punypony Sleeper

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    i've never heard of that working....
     
  6. JonFLStang

    JonFLStang I drive a V6

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    Me ether. I've rarely heard of people using that kind of setup.
     
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    JustSpeed7 J.Rodriguez

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    Yeah I wonder how it will sound, I want my car to have a nice tone to it and be pretty loud I hate that high pitch buzz sound like a tin can, so I figure a stock gt catback would have the ford mufflers and be kinda restrictive and sound decent with no cats.
     
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    I've always heard the V6 LT's are wider across, and the GT pipes will fit if you pull the flanges apart from eachother a little bit.
    -Thomas
     
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    JustSpeed7 J.Rodriguez

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    I hope it will work.
     
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    Im betting you'll have to modify it. There's a reason that MAC makes a GT h-pipe and V6 H-pipe.
    -Thomas