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#22715 - 10/06/02 03:56 PM EXHAUST: COLD--Off-Road H-Pipe
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HOw hard will this be to adapt to my '95 Grand Marquis I hae a single outlet now.

Do I need mufflers??

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#22716 - 10/06/02 04:12 PM Re: Off-Road H-Pipe
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A good muffler shop should be able to make it work...

Best solution is really probably to get the H-pipe with LH muffler and tailpipe from a wrecked 92-97 P71, will bolt right in and use the stock hangers and attachment points. It's also stainless, so it'll last.
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#22717 - 10/06/02 04:21 PM Re: Off-Road H-Pipe
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quote:
Originally posted by pez:
A good muffler shop should be able to make it work...

Best solution is really probably to get the H-pipe with LH muffler and tailpipe from a wrecked 92-97 P71, will bolt right in and use the stock hangers and attachment points. It's also stainless, so it'll last.

Pez,

What do you think a P71 exhaust will run?? I want to get the most horsepower out of it, I dont care if it is a little noisy hence the Off-Road H-Pipe
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#22718 - 10/06/02 04:36 PM Re: Off-Road H-Pipe
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You can grab the complete exhaust system from a junkyard for $50 bucks. I believe somebody got it for $20.

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#22719 - 10/06/02 05:20 PM Re: Off-Road H-Pipe
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Originally posted by Colin:
You can grab the complete exhaust system from a junkyard for $50 bucks. I believe somebody got it for $20.

Colin

Should I gut the cats on the new system then??
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#22720 - 10/06/02 05:51 PM Re: Off-Road H-Pipe
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That's up to you, but why not?

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#22721 - 10/07/02 06:42 AM Re: Off-Road H-Pipe
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you know i cant think of anyone on this board who has put the MAC ProChamber on their vic/gr/mo.iam going to try something like that,maybe a BBK w/ cats with FRPP shortys, because iam getting ready to do the pi headswap.let us know how that works out for you,iam sure people would be very interested in a set up like that.
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