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Pypes Mid-Muffler True Dual Exhaust w/ Polished Tips (05-10 V6)

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      Review & Installation Video

      Hey, I'm Justin with, and this is my breakdown of Pypes Mid-Muffler True Dual Exhaust system, fitting all 2005-2010 V6 Mustangs. Now, getting into this system from Pypes, you'll find a few different benefits. The first and most obvious is the fact that you're converting your single outlet V6 exhaust into a true dual system thanks to everything that's included with the kit. You'll find a brand new X-Pipe which still retains your factory cats, 2.5" Mandrel-bent piping throughout, these two M80 bullet-style mufflers, and finally, 4" polished tips. Of course, that True-Dual Exhaust system will look great underneath your rear bumper, as you can see with our 2005 V6 behind me, but you can also expect to see a small bump in power, as well as give your V6 a deep, throaty rumble, with practically zero drone whatsoever. Now that's the beauty of using a mid-muffler system and having longer tail pipes. This design completely eliminates any rasp or drone that is especially apparent on automatic Mustangs, while cruising at highway speeds or in the 2-3k RPM range. Since there is a little bit of work to get everything installed correctly we're going to call it 3 hours from start to finish, just to be safe. Now let's hear how Pypes Mid-Muffler True Dual Exhaust system sounds compared to our factory exhaust.

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • True Dual Exhaust for the V6
      • Mid Muffler Design
      • Includes X-Pipe, Cat-Back and M-80 Bullet Style Mufflers
      • 2.5" 409 Stainless Steel Mandrel-Bent Tubing
      • 4" Polished Stainless Steel Tips
      • Reuses Stock Catalytic Converters
      • Fits All 2005-2010 V6 Mustangs


      True Dual Exhaust. Now you can easily convert your V6 Pony to a true dual exhaust with the Pypes Mid-Muffler True Dual Exhaust Conversion Kit. This system includes the X-Pipe, Cat-Back, and Mufflers needed to give your Mustang an impressive throaty V8 sound and an increase in rear wheel horsepower.

      Mid Muffler Design. This Pypes True Dual Exhaust Kit features two high flow straight-through Pypes M-80 Bullet Style mufflers that are mounted directly after the Mid Pipe to produce an aggressive deep throaty muscle car tone of yesteryear.

      Reuses Stock Cats. The installation of the included Pypes V6 X-Pipe will require cutting the factory Y-pipe and reuses the factory catalytic converters saving you money.

      Quality Materials. Both the X-Pipe and Cat-Back are constructed from free flowing mandrel bent 2.5" diameter 409 stainless steel tubing and feature two Pypes M-80 Bullet straight-through mufflers for an aggressive throaty sound. The whole system is finished off with a set of 4" Polished 304 stainless steel tips for modern Muscle Car styling.

      This Pypes Mid Muffler True Dual Exhaust Conversion Kit is designed to fit all 2005 to 2010 V6 Ford Mustangs equipped with the 4.0L V6 engine. Reuses the factory Catalytic Converters.

      Technical Note: This Pypes kit attaches after your factory catalytic converters to convert your single exhaust to a true dual exhaust from the cats back. Includes the template for cutting out the 2nd exhaust tip in the 05-10 V6 factory rear bumper.

      Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Details

      MPN# SFM69

      CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -


      Customer Reviews (100+)

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      Ratings Summary

      4.6 out of 5 overall rating from 100+ customers

      Installation Time: Full Day

      Installation Cost: $100-$250

      • December 15, 2019

        5 2006 V6 - Nichol Installation Time: Afternoon

        Pypes System

        Gives it a nice low growl at idle, and a roar when it winds up. Honestly, it was exactly what I was looking for. The only thing of note is when installing the system, if you didn't previously have dual exhaust, there will be some slight modification to the hanger and clamp location.I

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      • November 16, 2019

        5 2008 V6 - Sean77 Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $250-$500

        Well worth it

        I just had this kit installed by my shop and I am impressed. Gone is the drone at 2,000 RPM that my old custom setup had. it has a nice mellow tone when at idle but wakes up nicely once you get on the gas. I paired it with a Pypes Stainless header set and high flow cats. the decibel increase is negligible inside but the sound out side definitely has a more tuned sound. My mechanic said it went in smoothly with just a few minor adjustments.

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      • October 07, 2019

        5 2007 V6 - Berniieee98 Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $100-$250

        Day and Night Difference!

        This system is definitely worth it 100. I recommend this system getting professionally installed due to some small fitment issues but once past that it’s amazing! Has a really great sound when starting up and once you floor it, it sounds even better! Huge day and night difference from stock! Totally satisfied!

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      • October 04, 2019

        5 2008 V6 - AKcelsior Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $100-$250

        Wonderful upgrade!

        This exhaust looks beautiful. All you see from behind are the chrome tips without boxy mufflers. The performance gain, if any, is negligible but who cares because... the sound! The exhaust note is actually a bit deeper than the American Muscle video. I was concerned that the car might sound a bit like those modded Japanese cars, you know like a loud moped, but was pleasantly surprised. The sound can be downright quiet at low RPMs, but the moment you hit that gas everyone around will hear it. Cold starting makes me grin like a little child. I suggest having a professional install. I heard some whispers that the fit is a little off and needs some love, but the guys at the shop told me they didn't have any issues.

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      • October 01, 2019

        4 2007 V6 - Kapman Installation Time: Afternoon

        Great quality and sound!

        This exhaust looks great and sounds even better! This did take me about 6 hrs to install by myself with all the proper tools to fit. I did this without a lift, I just used 4 jack stands setting on the frame and a 3 ton jack. It took a little more time to get the exhaust to fit correctly under the vehicle without the clearance of a lift. But, over all it was very straight forward, just follow the directions in the manual.

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      • August 12, 2019

        5 2010 V6 - BrandonC Installation Time: Afternoon

        Sounds great

        100 changed the sound of my vehicle. I've had someone say it sounded like a V8 at idle but they could tell it wasn't after I took off which is still a compliment.

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      • July 08, 2019

        5 2005 V6 - Buxton

        Sounds good

        Bought the m-80s mufflers, didn't buy the kit a lot cheaper to have it done at a local shop, but they sound very good on my 2005 V6. Bought the mufflers in May when they were $52 a piece, paid $270 to the local shop for pipe, tips and labor, I do recommend these to V6 owners.

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      • June 19, 2019

        5 2007 V6 - MalcolmM

        Great sound and look

        This exhaust sounds and looks great but the only thing is that the guy I had install at shop said he had to makeshift a part because a piece wouldn’t fit correctly to bolt down.

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      • June 12, 2019

        4 2010 V6 - HunterB Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $100-$250

        GREAT, but...

        The Pypes Mid-Muffler True Dual Exhaust conversion kit is a great kit. I had a local shop install it due to the sole fact I am 18 and have no access to a lift. By the time it was all said and done, I spent about $700 on the entire setup. This included the exhaust itself, having the second exhaust hole cut professionally (would recommend having someone do it at a local body shop), and having the exhaust installed. The sound is amazing. When cold starting, it rumbles. Idle isn't too loud, but when you get on the road, the real fun starts. It is loudest in the 3500 to 4500 RPM range. I have people ask all the time if it is a V8, and I have been told I'm heard a mile away coming down the road. No loud droning or really any sound when cruising, but the moment you hit the gas, the sound is there. I definitely noticed a horsepower increase, especially when coming out of turns and accelerating. The only problem I really had was a rattle after driving for a few hours, but then came to realize it was mounted against an exhaust hangar. All it took to fix was a blowtorch and precision cutting a hole for it to no longer sit against the hangar. Great price for the sound and power increase, would definitely recommend. It really brings the 4.0 liter V6 to life!

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      • May 22, 2019

        5 2008 V6 - Hotrodder10 Installation Time: Afternoon

        Quality pipes

        Nice all round pipes with a nice sound.pretty install if you know what your doing.also when cutting hole out in the plastic a dremelwith plastic cutter works great on the v6.

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      Questions & Answers (102 answers)

      5 Top Rated Questions

      There's conflicting responses here in the questions about it being CARB legal or not in California. Will it, or will it not pass inspection in CA?? Why will it pass, or why will it not pass?

      • This dual exhaust system would not affect any emissions devices on your Mustang, so it would be CARB legal in California.

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      How much horsepower/torque does this add i know the one on the project car adds around 15, how much does this one add

      • Well it all depends on what your exhaust setup is now. This system MIGHT add 15 hp over stock, but that also might be stretching it. And just a hint, if you buy this exhaust, be wary of speedbumps, curbs, or any other bumps because Pypes brand exhaust tends to hang a little lower than other exhausts.

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      sound thinking about buying this but first would like to know how loud is this exhaust i dont want somthing quite but at the same time so loud that im getting pulled over? also how good does the exhaust note sound?

      • It's a great setup, it isn't so loud that you'll get a ticket in any way but it has the deep raspy note that will be noticed at low and high rpms, this is a fantastic setup from American Muscle.

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      What is the difference? What is the difference between this new exhaust and the Pypes True Dual Exhaust? For the price, there is an almost $100.00 difference.

      • This is a mid muffler design, and the mufflers are barely there. It not only has a louder and throatier sound, but on the dyno it also yielded an extra 16 horsepower over the basic True Dual system. Trust me, it's worth it to go with the mid muffler design.

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      Will these fit with the Pypes 1-5/8 in. Polished Shorty Headers?

      • This true dual exhaust should bolt up to the pypes shorty headers without any issues.

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      10 More Questions
      Hi there, looking to purchase this exhaust but wanted to know if I need a tune, is it recommend, or would it be fine with out one for now? 1 answer
      Do I have to purchase the additional hanger set in the drop box? Or does this exhaust include the hangers needed? 1 answer
      Could this be added to my 2009 v6 mustang single exhaust?? or would a conversion have to be the first purchase? 2 answers
      Do I need to get the SR Performance Stainless Steel Exhaust Hanger Kit (05-10 All) to add this to my '07 V6? 1 answer
      Will these connect to MAC 1-5/8 in. chrome long tube headers? 1 answer
      What do these connect to? 1 answer
      How low does this exhaust hang? If I buy this and lower my car an inch or so will I have serious problems? 1 answer
      Why isn’t this CARB legal in California? 1 answer
      Does this pass California Smog? 1 answer
      I currently have the SLP Powerflo axle back exhaust on my V6. It’s not as loud as I’d like it to be, but the exhaust note is great. I want to switch to duals. How does this exhaust sound in comparison to that one? Is it louder is the exhaust note deeper than the Powerflo? Thanks. 0 answer

      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) After-cat X-pipe
      • (2) 16” pipes
      • (2) M-80 mufflers
      • (2) Over-axle pipes
      • (2) Muffler-delete tailpipes
      • (2) 4” polished tips
      • Installation hardware
      • Template for 2nd exhaust cutout
      • Instructions

      Tech Specs

      Cat-Back Exhaust Specifications
      Piping Material: 409 Stainless Steel Tip Material : Polished 304 Stainless Steel
      Piping Size: 2.5" Tip Size: 4"
      Muffler Type: Straight-through Fitment: 2005-2010 V6 Mustangs

      Will It Fit My Mustang

      • V6 - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10

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