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Old 03-12-2013, 12:18 PM   #11  
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Man i would absolutely love to get Long tubes but im in cali. Its already a risk enough getting an offroad xpipe . Only reason i was considering it is because i dont have to get it smogged for i think like 3-5 years. I am confident enough to take the xpipe off in my driveway if need be to re-smog it but long tubes are another story all together lol. Im also woried if i get long tubes ill **** off every cop in the area and they might check what i have lol. That sounds sick btw.
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Old 03-12-2013, 08:26 PM   #12  
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You'll **** them off more with an o/r x than catted long tubes. But I get your point about the smog test. They are too much of a pain to install/uninstall even every 3 years, at least without a proper shop and lift. Move over here and problem solved :-D
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Nevermind

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Old 03-15-2013, 03:37 PM   #14  
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As long as it's a off-road x-pipe, and bolts up correctly to the exhaust you're currently running correctly, they should be pretty much the same.

Have you checked out AmericanMuscle.com? Below is a link, and it appears they carry what you're talking about for the 11-12 GT's....you should find out if it works for the 13, or if it's different and they can get you what they need.

http://www.americanmuscle.com/2010-mustang-xpipe.html

AmericanMuscle is a sponsor of this area (New Member Area)....they'll definitely take care of you.

Thanks for the recommendation!

The Magnaflow Xpipe you mentioned DOES fit the 2013 GT's too. I need to have our Web Team adjust the site for fitments, to prevent confusion in the future.

OP, this Xpipe should give you exactly what you're looking for. The two piece design makes it a lot easier to install and uninstall when necessary. Plus, the exhaust volume and tone will be much more aggressive!

Let me know if you have any other questions, too!

Shane
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