True Dual Exhaust

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  1. Mustangolian

    Mustangolian New Member

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    I have a 2001 mustang and I'm looking to put dual exhaust on there. I was curious what the differences between true dual and cat back were? Does anyone have any suggestions what type of system to purchase (H pipe, X pipe?), also what modifications does the side exhaust add? :shrug:

    Thanks
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  2. 30AnnivStang

    30AnnivStang Founding Member

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    please shoot me in the freakin' head, either that or use the search button.
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  3. xneox

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    Do you prefer 9mm or .38?
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  4. 30AnnivStang

    30AnnivStang Founding Member

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    .45, only way to go.
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    Hey buddy, arent you tired of that same old line? You could at least be a little more creative.

    So which one of you mods want to ban this clown?
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  7. Scandlus13

    Scandlus13 Founding Member

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    Originally Posted by pjdellenger80
    get a gt


    You know, I came back to see how the forum's been. And it only takes the reading of one thread to remember why I left. It's amazing people just can't grow up.
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  8. 30AnnivStang

    30AnnivStang Founding Member

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    Hey Stef, it's good to see some of the ol' crew around again.

    I only occasionally get back here myself. I'm more interested in getting a boat right now, and i get sick of 1) answering questions about exhaust and CAI and 2) a$$holes like this one telling people to "get a GT"

    Check out my website link in my profile and see what i've done to Sally. I've kinda reached plateau with where i want to take her, until i get my boat and come up with enough money to supercharger her or drop in a v8 that is!

    I did put Sirius Satellite radio in a few weeks ago, along with new pedals and door lock soldiers after christmas.
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  9. hurley182420

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    on a little more related note, I own a 2001 V6 and basically have the same question...better to go true dual, x-pipe, h-pipe, what? so any info on that would be greatly appreciated
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  10. speedy267

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    kit

    id recommend a kit like borls or flowmaster that way you dont have to worry about backpressure issues
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  11. v6asian

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    lol,... you guys are such a big help ... :notnice:

    2 1/4" size pipes, custom h-pipe with flowmaster (dynomax, flowtech, magnaflow) any of these mufs will sounds better than stock ...
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    my friend had his custom made h-pipe with some average mufflers but that thing sounds nice! CAi also gave it a nicer sound.
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