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BBK Exhaust Crossover Pipes 2.5" Long X-Pipe - 1814

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BBK Exhaust Crossover Pipes Part #1814 Customer Reviews

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4 Customer Reviews

Race Car Sound!

Reviewed by Laura C (Lakeview, NY) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford Mustang — May 26, 2016 9:48 AM

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I just installed on my 2014 V6. Before the install, I run a Typhoon K&N CAI, BBK Throttle Body, and the Rousch Exhaust. I do some SCCA Solo Autocross on the weekends, so I wanted a little more OOMPH. Well, after the install, i started up my baby up and WOW! Talk about raw and healthy sound! It is LOUD and I love it! I actually had someone ask me what type of engine i am running. 1st-3rd gear's are just insane. Very aggressive sounding. You will turn heads! THANKS AA and BBK!

Despite rating, not sure

Reviewed by Tobey U (FRANKLIN, IN) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Mustang — Apr 01, 2016 4:50 AM

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From the ratings, they are good. BBK makes great stuff and with the 20% could from AutoAnything, great value. They were difficult to install because I did it myself in my garage (and actually, the old cats/h-pipe were more difficult to remove than these were to install). My only uncertainty, as many others have stated, is the sound. A bit too raspy for me when you hit the throttle. My car already had a nice deep growl, but these make it sound like somethings wrong. But, more power.

2012 3.7L cat back

Reviewed by Jason l (ALVIN, TX) — Jan 19, 2014 8:10 PM

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.

As always pain installing when your lying on your back but it wasn't too bad.. sounds Good with my Borla touring axle backs

Nice upgrade

Reviewed by Josh T C (carrollton, TX) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford Mustang — Oct 22, 2013 6:07 AM

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I have these connected to BBK's shorty headers and a dynomax catback. No fitment issues but I did lose a bolt so make sure to re-tighten everything after a few miles. They will make your car louder but it's no obnoxious. The only thing you may not like is some rasp at 3k RPMs and up. It's gone by 4k but it's annoying. It really pulls in the high end but feels like I lost a bit of TQ below 3K.