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1994 V6 Exhaust options? Does a bolt on true dual kit exist?

I'm trying to figure out if anyone offers a set up that will bolt on so I can do it myself and not have to get screwed by an exhaust shop. In some pics of the systems its clear there is a single pipe that splits but others appear to match the gt style systems. Anyone know?

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If you want a true bolt up dual exhaust you will have to buy a v6 H or X. You can get a local performance shop to make you a custom X or get one from www.PypesExhaust.com. MAC also makes H's for our cars. I dont recommend MAC stuff though because they tend to rust. I ended up with my 2nd exhaust setup being (the first being a crappy y-pipe adapter kit) a catless X with a Mach1 takeoff exhaust. Bolts right up...given you have some PB blaster handy for the header bolts.

And then of course you always have the possible problem of rattling on the undercarriage which I would recommend getting an aftermarket GT catback if you want to possibly resolve some of this problem. The Mach1 pipe from the X > muffler is not at all straight. For some reason ford thought they'd make a sort of zig/zag pipe and put it there. I guess it was required for fitment...Who knows.

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Hmm. Thanks for the info.

I'm glad you mentioned that about MAC. I was looking closely at this kit: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/94-04...spagenameZWDVW

I'm thinking I'll just save up and get a flowmaster kit for gt's and cut my stock y pipe just after the second cats and use some good adapter pipes and clamps to hook it up. Might not be pretty but as long as it doesn't leak it should work right?
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