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Old 11-09-2013, 11:46   #1 (permalink)
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Exhaust Pipe Size

Hey everyone, I have a 2006 Mountaineer v8 and I want to build a custom exhaust system. I am at school right now but want to start designing the system now, and need to know the pipe size. I believe it might be a 2.5 inch but can someone clarify? Also any suggestions on what to do for best fuel efficiency and power would be great!
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Re: Exhaust Pipe Size

With or without headers?
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without headers. I want to run a catback exhaust from where the two individual pipes meet up into one. So i wanted to know the size of that single pipe going all the way out the back. The manifolds and original cats will stay.
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Re: Exhaust Pipe Size

Stock, from the second muffler back, original is 2 1/4. Not sure if you have room to step up in size, but custom bending and welding will be involved.
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Re: Exhaust Pipe Size

Thank you. I know about the job ahead, I have done a lot of work like this before and will not have much trouble, hopefully. Any other improvements that I can make to the car to make it more efficient/ powerful?
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That always goes back to this question: how much ya wanna spend. Horsepower = $$
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from what my calculations are telling me, 500 will fit the bill for the exhaust. from there im kinda broke haha. but the cheap easy things are what im into.
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