Best Midpipe that goes w/ A Mac Catback?

JerZeyStangz

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Just as the title says i just want to know what kind of midpipe do you perfer that goes with a Mac Catback. We all know that Mac Catbacks have that very deep sound but i want what would make it even better! Thanks for opinion guys.... :dancing6: :thumb:

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anything would sound good compared to the stock hpipe lol. Even a xpipe would out break the ford hpipe. I say get a mac prochamber or o/r h mac pipe.
 

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I had a pro-chamber on my 95 and it made it sound as quiet as stock :-[, I could never understand it, even more so now with all the people that run them and love them. I had long-tubes and dynomax ultra flows on it too.
 

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Well, I will soon be getting a prochamber in the mail to put on my Mac cat back and headers, I'll let you know how much louder or quieter than stock it is.
 

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If you remove the cats, it WILL be louder!

I ran a prochamber with my Roush side exit mufflers, it was lllloud.
sometimes too loud.

Let us know how it turns out!
 

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i am in your situation too. i have heard clips of the catback and prochamber on mustangexhaust.com but the prochamber doesnt have the racy exotic sound and doesnt seem loud enough either. im probably getting a o/r vrs x pipe. ive heard clips and the vrs isnt like most x pipes, it has the racy sound but not like a slp setup and helps out the deep tone of the catback.
 

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I Have a Mac Catback and I love the sound of it. Im going with a Mac H pipe. I Just hope it isnt too loud.
 

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my buddy and i put my MAC flowpath catback 3.5" tips on his 98 cobra( 4.30's, mac off-road pipe) and it's deep and loud...but it sounds mean. it can pretty quiet going around but once he nails it sounds mean!
 

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My buddies v6 has the Mac cat back and it sounds really good. Im very impressed with the way it sounded. He drives by you would never know it sounded like a v6 thats for sure. My next set up is going to be the Borla Stingers cat back with a magnaflow x pipe. Love the sound.
 

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Well i got my Mac Hpipe installed. Its plenty loud, from around 2100 its a beast. To me the tone sounds off, the only time ive heard it is when driving. I want to hear what it sounds like going down the road without me in it....I may switch to one of the flowmaster catbacks, right now im undecided.
 

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i'm putting on mac pro dumps on mine. i'm starting to like it better without the tips. just looks cleaner without them.
 

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97gtconv. said:
i'm putting on mac pro dumps on mine. i'm starting to like it better without the tips. just looks cleaner without them.

I agree, :-\ i have the 3in tips and they dont flow with anything. The just hang underneath.
 

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Guys I really like the sound of the SLP Loudmouth catback with an x pipe. It growls really nice.
 

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jpajkos said:
Guys I really like the sound of the SLP Loudmouth catback with an x pipe. It growls really nice.

I want the SLP and have for some time now, but the more I read on it the more negative opinions I am getting ???
 

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