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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-07-2007 Thread Starter
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2005 V6 Mustang SIDE exhaust

I posted ion another part of the forums, and I was directed here to be a little more suitable for the question.

my 2005 V6 Mustang looks alright with the single back exhaust, but I want to make it look a little more modified by putting side exhausts onto it, both left and right. any sites you all know of that has that?
only ones I found were for 1:shelby and 2: '04 and previous models.

I can't find it anywhere for the 2005 V6!
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Cervini's makes a side exhaust option for the Mustang. I haven't seen it used on a V6, but with the right combination of parts, I don't see why it shouldn't work.


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blow by racing also has the side exhaust
http://blowbyracing.com/bbrsiexsy.html
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+1 on Cervinis... I would avoid BBR like the plague.

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I thought I read that the side exhausts would hit against the ground and didn't mount properly on some cars. Not sure though.

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the way the undercarriage of the car is, I don't believe there would be much room for a muffler down there. two things(I think fuel tanks) are very close together in the middle. will be hard unless I make something myself, which I doubt would sound top notch.
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Take it to a muffler shop. They can work magic in very little time and for a good price. Find a "performance" muffler shop though. They'll know stuff Midas won't.

I made my own side exhaust, for the truck and it was a breeze, but that has oodles (there are two oodles per gob) of room to work with.

I used a sawzall, with a five inch blade to cut the pipe flush with the side of the truck so the cut followed the side perfectly. I can't believe how good it looks. The muffler place can work something like that for you so it looks really custom.

I would skip the mufflers entirely. Use the catalytic converters as your mufflers. It'll be louder but more muscle-y.

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sweet. thank you. got a few places in town
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