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Can't say I'm a fan of that sound at all and also aluminized steel?  I guess that's fine if you only drive your stang on sunny days and never in the rain or winter exposing it to salt.

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Factory uses a chambered resonator, not an h-pipe.

 

You guys have stainless options too, right?

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Factory uses a chambered resonator, not an h-pipe.

 

You guys have stainless options too, right?

 

Isn't it an internal X crossover inside the suitcase too?

 

 

Anyway, so when I get my GT350 you'll have 304 stainless off road X pipes right...? :D

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Titanium! Half the reason I love titanium exhaust is the cool ass colors it turns lol

 

 

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Can't say I'm a fan of that sound at all and also aluminized steel?  I guess that's fine if you only drive your stang on sunny days and never in the rain or winter exposing it to salt.

 

The sound is due to it being used with stock mufflers. We have a few people up here running this exact x-pipe with no rusting issues at all. I am sure you have seen all the rain we have gotten in Texas lately lol 

 

Factory uses a chambered resonator, not an h-pipe.

 

You guys have stainless options too, right?

 

This is the stainless from Ford Racing

 

\http://www.latemodelrestoration.com/item/M5251M8/2015-Mustang-Ford-Racing-X-Pipe-M-5251-M8 

 

There hasn't been any issues so far with rusting of any sorts on the SVE kit. 

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