Any problems installing a Pypes o/r X?

Discussion in 'SN95 4.6L Mustang Tech' started by fobra559, Dec 1, 2007.

  1. :lol: Yeah, I'm sure I'll be on it once I install it:D

    Go to the car garages and set some alarms off now:rlaugh:
  2. I already did last night when I went to see I Am Legend. :p
  3. :lol: How many did you set off? How was I am Legend? I so want to see that movie. Especially when he's deer hunting driving that Shelby :drool:
  4. Yeah the movie was pretty amazing. Go see it ASAP.

    One thing though... Even after installing a new gasket, I still hear a slight leak from the passenger side. Do you think it's because the bolts aren't tight enough, or do I need some of the silicone crap to seal it up? I'm gonna get under the car tomorrow and see if I can tighten it up a bit more. It's hardly noticeable, though. Before I got a new gasket, it sounded like ****. Now it just sounds like air, rather than that annoying rattling sound that leaks produce.
  5. I would think, tighten it up first and see and then seal it if it still leaks. If it doesn't work out, take it to a shop and have them look at it. They can probably fix it easily.
  6. I guess it's hard to properly tighten those bolts when you're using a 10" extension and a swivel head. :\
  7. You have any buddies that can help you out?
  8. its the passenger i presume, i would loosen both the pass. and driver side, and tighten the pass side first, than the driver side . i had the same problem, cause the pass., side manifold is flat and the driver side has a ball flang. try that and see what happens. oh and i am legend was the sh** i thought.
  9. Dang, I have to see that movie. Everyone on here was like the Shelby scene was the s***, I might just pay to see that part and then after when it's done walk out:lol:
  10. Will that really work? I've been under that car so much in the past few days. :( The bolts are just in such an awkward place that I can't get in a good position to torque the bolts as hard as I potentially can.