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Mustang Mach 1 advise

Hey guys I am having a little trouble figuring out which way to go with my exhaust. I have 2 X pipes to choose from they are sitting in my garage. One of them is a Catted true X Pipe and the other is a pypes off road X pipe. Now I also have a pair of SLP loudmouths that I could weld on to the stock mach catback. Now I have thought of a coupe options one is catted X pipe with SLP welded on or O/R X pipe and don't weld on SLP. Or O/R X pipe and weld on SLP. What would you guys do? And advise would be greatly appreciated. Thanks


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A mid pipe is an easy install, try both of them and choose which 1 you prefer


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I have a 98 gt with a pypes o/r x and slp loudmouth 1 catback, and it sounds great. I like the way it sounds and it really compliments the cams. If you want to hear it I have a video of it in the exhaust thread.

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