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Old 12-22-2007, 07:36 PM
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Tormentor...what chin spoiler is on your car...I like it...Thanks
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Old 12-23-2007, 12:05 AM
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who makes a good quality stainless x-pipe that wouldn't require cutting my old unit in case I want to go back to stock form in the event that I have to go for an emissions test? I currently don't have them where I live but don't know how long it will be this way.
The FRPP X and the Pypes "Street Legal" X pipes are both emissions legal. They keep this status by retaining the factory Catalytic converters. What your basically doing is cutting out the "H" pipe and bolting in the "X". All factory emissions hardware stays in place and functional. I think the Ford Pipes even have a Carb # for Cali because they are used on the Shelby GT's and the GT-H's in all 50 states.
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