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post #16 of 32 (permalink) Old 11-09-2005 Thread Starter
 
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i was lookin at getting either the offroad pipe or catted one on RPMoutlet.

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i was lookin at getting either the offroad pipe or catted one on RPMoutlet.
How much are they on RPMoutlet?


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How much are they on RPMoutlet?
The uncatted off-road complete pypes x-pipe is $450
O2 sensor simulators are $55 for a pair

The catted version is $550 - so you would save $45 by getting the uncatted version & also the O2 sims. Free shipping helps :laughlitt


I as well am looking to eventually get one of the two systems...

Does anyone know if there is a significant difference in getting the uncatted w/o2 sims Vs. the catted x-pipes? - Besides the legal probs if your mechanic looks under the car while inspecting...

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The uncatted off-road complete pypes x-pipe is $450
O2 sensor simulators are $55 for a pair

The catted version is $550 - so you would save $45 by getting the uncatted version & also the O2 sims. Free shipping helps :laughlitt


I as well am looking to eventually get one of the two systems...

Does anyone know if there is a significant difference in getting the uncatted w/o2 sims Vs. the catted x-pipes? - Besides the legal probs if your mechanic looks under the car while inspecting...
There is no difference.

you can get a catted x-pipe at spintech for 100 cheaper, and it's a Dr. Gas x-pipe.

go to www.gtrhipo.com

It's actually gone down a bit, it's $399 for the catted x-pipe!

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yeah but i hate the way the the tail pipes on that kit look. Im looking for the good ol 3" stainless tips...i was planning on the off-road X-pipe from RPMoutlet.com-$159......then the MAC 2.5"Cat Back system from lmperformance.com-$284 I suppose that with free shipping the pipes system is probably cheaper but i guess i could cut the tail pipes off and put stainless tips on.
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yeah but i hate the way the the tail pipes on that kit look. Im looking for the good ol 3" stainless tips...i was planning on the off-road X-pipe from RPMoutlet.com-$159......then the MAC 2.5"Cat Back system from lmperformance.com-$284 I suppose that with free shipping the pipes system is probably cheaper but i guess i could cut the tail pipes off and put stainless tips on.
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http://www.rpmoutlet.com/musv6ypcb.htm ....its the kit with the X-pipe and the dual exhaust its got the lip-**** tail pipes..prolly easy enough to cut off and attach tips too tho
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paying 399 for a catted X-pipe is murder again rpmoutlet has got one for289 and an uncatted one for 159...http://www.rpmoutlet.com/musv6ngauge.htm
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Check with the local muffler shops. I had a full cat-back dual exhaust with Flowmasters, welded h-pipe and 99 GT tip take-offs for $300 (that included labor).
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advice for 7500mi

Yea i just got done installing full length exhaust on my 02 v6 mustang

I got mac longtube headers, mac h-pipe with highflow cats, mac dual exhaust. (2.5 pipes)
from the mac h-pipe and back cost me $700 roughly. It was a direst bolt up it comes in section so it is easier to clear over the axles i found the kit at rpmoutlet.com
and it is a great kit i did it myself.
when you make your decision besure you have both muffler and exhaust tip brackets located on the car. and good luck!
Oh! may need O2 exstentions
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paying 399 for a catted X-pipe is murder again rpmoutlet has got one for289 and an uncatted one for 159...http://www.rpmoutlet.com/musv6ngauge.htm
that's not stainless steel, it's aluminized steel. It'll last a couple of years before it rusts off.

you get what you pay for . ..

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paying 399 for a catted X-pipe is murder again rpmoutlet has got one for289 and an uncatted one for 159...http://www.rpmoutlet.com/musv6ngauge.htm
yeah, that's aluminized steel, too.

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Check with the local muffler shops. I had a full cat-back dual exhaust with Flowmasters, welded h-pipe and 99 GT tip take-offs for $300 (that included labor).
The Muffler shop found the parts and put it on or did u find the parts and they installed.
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that's not stainless steel, it's aluminized steel. It'll last a couple of years before it rusts off.

you get what you pay for . ..
Then what is the stock exaust made out of? the only thing that is rusting off id the clamps....and ya maybe itll last a couple of years if u treat ur car like crap..an undercarriage wash and general upkeep itll last as long as i can make it.....kinda like my old honda..rusted to **** when i got it but it lasted 2 years with a back axle that was rust 3/4 the way through hahaha
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Then what is the stock exaust made out of? the only thing that is rusting off id the clamps....and ya maybe itll last a couple of years if u treat ur car like crap..an undercarriage wash and general upkeep itll last as long as i can make it.....kinda like my old honda..rusted to **** when i got it but it lasted 2 years with a back axle that was rust 3/4 the way through hahaha
OEM is stainless steel, and will generally last 10 years before it rusts through . .


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