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Old 05-15-2013, 09:57 AM   #1
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Question Tailpipes off a 1996 GT Mustang

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I was just wondering, I saw an ad on Kijiji for two tailpipes. The owner said it came off a 1996 mustang gt, would this fit on my 2000 mustang GT? Right now I have my stock piping with only 2 MAC mufflers (both are 2 1/4). Would there be a sound difference at all with the larger tailpipes?

I asked him if it was stainless steel but hes not sure if the whole piping is or just the tips, can anyone tell from those pictures? He also said the pipes have 300km on it only.

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Old 05-16-2013, 08:01 PM   #2
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They look not so great, I wouldn't waste your money. Your stock tail pipes are excellent and stainless steel. If you want to change the sound, get new mufflers, not tail pipes.
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You can always try dumping your mufflers
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