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Listen to AB, did I just say that? .... Yes I did lol.

Are you just attached to the sound that much?
uhh i bet 90% of the people on this forum, if they have modified their exhaust, its flow masters. woooooooooooooow borrrrrrrrrrinnngggg.

**** towing it drive it with no mufflers!

borla is dual cat back but i had to cut like a foot after the axle off (the end closer to the middle) and clamp my borla's on.
 

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learn too lol it will help you a lot, and your going to be going to a speed shop to do LTs since no state licensed place can remove your cats if you have emissions

uhh i bet 90% of the people on this forum, if they have modified their exhaust, its flow masters. woooooooooooooow borrrrrrrrrrinnngggg.

**** towing it drive it with no mufflers!

borla is dual cat back but i had to cut like a foot after the axle off (the end closer to the middle) and clamp my borla's on.
yeah that works too lol, but you'll have to install the LTs and throw your catback in the car so it doesnt drag then have the muffler shop weld everything up
and I can understand not wanting to throw out a 600 dollar catback
 

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dude... go with flowtech warlock mufflers... just cause i want to hear them... they are semi chambered semi flow through ... and are better then magnaflows :D
 

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hey if he likes it who cares what he paid for it. Obviously he was aware it was expensive and still chose to buy it. You guys just hate to hear someone using a muffler besides flowmaster/magnaflow/mac.
 

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hey if he likes it who cares what he paid for it. Obviously he was aware it was expensive and still chose to buy it. You guys just hate to hear someone using a muffler besides flowmaster/magnaflow/mac.
i love bassani and borla, but he still overpaid for what he got.
 

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I added long tubes form mac, and used a mac offroad h-pipe. If you trailer hte car to the muffler shop or tell them you dont wanna receipt they should do the work. Install the long tubes your self and the h-pipe(or whatever midpipe you choose to use. I took the stock flanges in front of the cats, cut them off and welded them to a 12" section of pipe then to the mufflers. This way the mufflers bolt right up to the mid pipe and the whole system is modular. Being installed myself and exhaust shop only does welding your looking at 20-40 bux. ext the o'2 sensors your self. and then you only have to worry about the mill deletes. I Have a v-6, if anyone has question i can do a write up on the install, no pics tho sorry.
 

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I added long tubes form mac, and used a mac offroad h-pipe. If you trailer hte car to the muffler shop or tell them you dont wanna receipt they should do the work. Install the long tubes your self and the h-pipe(or whatever midpipe you choose to use. I took the stock flanges in front of the cats, cut them off and welded them to a 12" section of pipe then to the mufflers. This way the mufflers bolt right up to the mid pipe and the whole system is modular. Being installed myself and exhaust shop only does welding your looking at 20-40 bux. ext the o'2 sensors your self. and then you only have to worry about the mill deletes. I Have a v-6, if anyone has question i can do a write up on the install, no pics tho sorry.
yeah i did this a few years back and wrote an article on it:

Ford Mustang Long Tube Header Install
 
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