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Old 02-25-2010, 08:36 AM   #11
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Hey man i was not trying to make fun of you just thought you whould get a kick out of it. I race 2 v8 mustangs for your car i whould go with the pypes cat back with the x-pipe with 2 outs its like mabey 500.00 or more ( idk i run v8) and at start up they sound just like a v8 but when you realy realy get on it it sounds like a v6 my friend did the pypes system in like a hour its very eazy kit best of luck man.
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I know it's all good but I bet your V8s don't get 21 mpg even when you drive with a lead foot... Anyway I'll look into that I've never heard of that brand before...

Does anyone know anything about the cherry bomb glass packs I've heard they sound really good on the V6's
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Pypes is a decent lower priced exhaust. I have a off road H pipe made by Pypes matched up to a Bassani axelback on my Mustang. H pipe was pretty cheap and fit well.
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I know it's all good but I bet your V8s don't get 21 mpg even when you drive with a lead foot... Anyway I'll look into that I've never heard of that brand before...

Does anyone know anything about the cherry bomb glass packs I've heard they sound really good on the V6's
I owned a 5.0 Mustang and I've driven the V6 Mustangs...there's a HUGE difference in power regardless of gas mileage. Most people don't buy Mustangs for their fuel efficiency.

Not sure but for what it's worth, the 07-current Mustang V6's are pretty damn quick. I've also seen several dealers here in Ga. install exhaust kits on the V6 stangs and sell them as an "upgrade". The kits they're using sound damn good. They don't have any whine at higher rpms. It's always that whine that gets a V6 at the high rpms. That said, I'm not sure if the new V6's are the same as the previous generation V6's. So the kits they're installing may not work on your car anyway, but they do sound great.
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What year Mustang do you have Jacob?
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^^ I think he bought a 2000 with a 5-speed
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Yeah it's a 2000 5 speed 3.8...

I still haven't seen any input about the cherry bombs or the way I said I want to do it...

I have NO extra money, the reason I want the cherry bombs is cause I MAY be able to get the 75 for two of em...

Thanks for all the segestions but I need to know if there's a reason for me to not get cherry bombs?
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I know in the 05+ some of the guys will install one side of the stock GT axlebacks. If that would work on your 2000, you could probably find one for real cheap from someone who upgraded their 4.6.
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^ +1 GT takeoffs on ebay
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Check out www.newtakeoff.com I've used them before when looking for a OEM part I needed to replace. Dunno if they have stuff for the 3.8 conversion to GT exhaust though.

Far as cherry bombs, I don't know. I've never used them or heard in person so I can't help you there. I do know though that you get what you pay for and if it's only $75, there's gonna be a reason.
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