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Thanks, Man. All of sudden I feel more confident of this job

Is it easy to maneuver the X-pipe with my car on a pair of ramps? The X-pipe looks pretty chunky.

Do I need to remove the oxygen sensors from the X-pipe?

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Originally Posted by randeez11 View Post
Installing longtubes on the 3.7 is no where near as difficult as installing them on a V8 car. Ramps or jack stands work fine and there is tons of room . The headers go right into place from underneath the car and you don't have to lift motors, pull off motor mounts and steering shafts or anything else. The average Joe shouldnt have any problems with this job.

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2014 Mustang V6 3.7L 6-spd manual, with MGW shifter, Airaid CAI, BBK shorty headers, Corsa Sport axle back, strut tower brace, JLT oil separator, GT500 differential cover, BG Synchro Shift II gear oil, Redline differential oil.
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