Hi everyone, got a bit of a question about exhaust here. So as you may know or may have seen in my sig, I've recently rebuilt my engine with my dad as a little project/going away activity as I have recently moved away from home for school. Everything went great and it sounds better than ever. However, she's still only a single exhaust girl. For some reason, don't ask me why because I have no clue, I've got a big ole chubby for side exhaust like a Roush. I've looked and looked and absolutely nowhere have I been able to find anyone who's tried this on a V6 or any professional kits for it. Meaning true dual side exhaust kits. The one I did find was a cat-back kit to bolt onto the V6 stock Y-pipe for 700 flippin dollars. Way too much to keep the Y-pipe in the mix. So- My dilemma is this: I plan to keep my factory cats if at all possible, or at least some sort of cat system in which I won't need MIL eliminators because I'd have to buy 4 at 70 bucks a pop. Not the way I want to go. If I were to buy a catted H-pipe, have an exhaust shop put it on, and include some straight through mufflers, does anyone think this sound would be....I dunno, too ricey for a mustang? Or at least does anyone think it would sound horrible and not worth the money or any meager power gain it might create. I wouldn't be so wary about this if there were people out there who did it, but so far I haven't seen anything haha. I may have to just be the front-runner and see how it turns out, I dunno. Any information would be appreciated, I've wanted this for a long time and I think it's time I start on it, just have to save up a little more dough. Thanks everybody!