The ultimate SN95 5.0 exhaust thread

ctrout71

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Low end torque is important to me because this will be a street car so I'm really leaning towards the long tubes. And as far as options, again, where are the stainless long tube headers and stainless shorty catted H-pipes?
 
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Stangstroke

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Low end torque is important to me because this will be a street car so I'm really leaning towards the long tubes. And as far as options, again, where are the stainless long tube headers and stainless shorty catted H-pipes?
Not sure who makes Stainless steel headers but the BBK ceramic coat headers are nice and a reasonable price too!!! You will also probably want BBK's catted X pipe and then run whatever mufflers and tail pipes you like from there. I'm running magna flow mufflers and reused the stock tail pipes as i like the stock look. Sounds nice for everyday driving and sounds great when you get all over the throttle.:nice:
 

Sick93LX

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on my 95 gt before it got totalled,,,i had bbk headers, bbk o/r xpipe and macs,,,best sound ever,,,before i tried macs i had blowmasters,,it was not loud at all,,,MACS ftw,,

now on my 93 lx, im running longtubes, so to have on it custom o/r x-pipe and a mac pro-dump kit

found this on youtube,,NOT MY CAR,,but sounds exaclty like my 95
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x14AeRgcy9Y&feature=related
 

RycheGT

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Im running the Pypes O/R X, and Pypes Violator with shorty headers. I like the soun, but I hate the fit. The Pypes kit is made for 79-95, so you have to trim here, or there to get a good fit.