I have been trying to get answers from my dealer and I have also posted the question on the forum but have not received a reply. Being new to this forum I am not sure I am actually posting to the right area.
The tail pipe on the drivers side, between the muffler and Cad is a flat area about 2 ft long 3/8 inch deep on the bottom of the pipe. It looks as if it is a machined pressed flat area. It has nothing to do with passing thru anything and the other tail pipe for the other side is normal. It is on my new just purchased 2011 V6 (factory duel pipes all the way). I did not hit anything and does not look like an accidental flattened area. Is this a normal flattened area from the factory? Does any other 2011 V6's have the same thing?
wow thx for the fast response! i plan on coping the mustang that comes out on the commercial the grey with black wheels , painted black top , and it has a very small suttle line on or around the scoop.
hey whats up man i freaken love your car , cant wait to get mine! just a few more months and im out of college :] i may have a few questions for you if you don't mind , how did you paint the wheels , i was wonderin what the best options are powder coat , shiny clear coat finish(but may chip) or just regular flat black paint? also have something you may find interesting from the older mustangs , i wonder if this would fit the newer v6 mustang wheels , they are from older stank wheels broseph http://www.centercaps.net/caps/detai...ockNumber=1560
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