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2007 Windveil blue mustang trims and exhaust questions

Hey guys! I was just wanting know if anyone has converted to True dual exhaust and bought all their pipes/parts or bought a kit. Is there a difference in sound quality or performance? Are you just paying for the Pypes brand name with the $450 kits?

And also, I'm thinking of getting a Cervini hood and rear side window louvers. And maybe some stripes on my car. But only question: what color will look good on a Windveil blue colored mustang? And is there a way to save money on paint jobs?

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-18-2015
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Read through the posts that already exist on dual conversions, lots of good options out there, especially if you can do some fab yourself. I got a Bassani X pipe that came off of a GT and modified it to use my cats and just did GT mid pipes and take off mufflers, I like it but it's pretty mellow the next thing I'm doing is long tubes and high flow cats. on to the paint question,you basically can't go wrong with flat black but is kind of over played, I've seen white on the windveil blue and it looks okay but I was kind of thinking about doing something wild like a yellow or something but not sure how it will look. When you're wanting to do stripes, accents, or something like that vinyl may end up being a better, cheaper route then paint, beaver stripes in Phoenix will do 2 10 inch stripes with a half inch spacing in the middle for $650. just to cover up some cracking clear coat on the hood I did black plasti dip

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