Mac x-pipe and Mac Catback

Dan95-5.0

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currently running Fox Mac Unequal 1 5/8 headers to a custom catless h-pipe to a Mac Catback.

the h-pipe is a leaker so i'm looking for a new midpipe.

i want to go a different route this time and want to go with the Mac X-pipe.

anybody running this combo?

opinions, comments, Videos???

i heared some idle and rev videos with this combo but i want to hear it with some load on it like drivebys.


thanks
 

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i would also like to hear some of these videos because i have Mac O/R x with flows 40 series and i dont like the way it sounds under a load

And i like the sound of Mac catbacks..so i was thinking abiout buying that set up also
 
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Dan95-5.0

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personally, i hate SLP.

i've heared it on Fbodys and mustangs and it doesnt wag my tail at all.

i'm not going to change my catback when i'm looking for a replacement midpipe. kind of going in the wrong direction if i did.

i think mustangs should stick with chambered mufflers unless there turbocharged
 

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Im running /or H with mac 2 chamber

And its nice... very... nice lol
I love all the sounds of a mustang, kindof like me with Bibles, i cant just stick with 1 favorite. lol..

Chambered is a great sound tho
 
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i'm going to order my Mac x-pipe early april. Pacifica Performance will be the place.

its kind of wierd that theres very few people running this combo because it sounds great.

Mac doesnt advertise a x-pipe for 94-95 on there website but they do make one.
 

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