Review & Install Video
The Pypes Pype-Bomb axle-back system we're taking a quick look at today is going to be a good option for any 2011 through 2014 V6 owner out there that's going to be on a budget, but for someone that's going to be looking to make some serious noise outside and inside the cabin. Any axle-back for this platform can get thrown on with little to no effort at all. For that, it's going to be catching a very easy one out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter here, about 30 minute to an hour's worth of labor. We're going to show you how coming up real soon. What you just heard does not do this system justice. This is easily getting a four out of five on the loudness or the Wake the Neighbors, or Wake the Dead scale here, and it's easy to see why. Now, this straight-through muffler delete is going to be ditching your factory-style chambered mufflers, and it's going to provide a very loud and aggressive tone, and one that one of our customers back on the product page described as "ripping a hole in the ozone." Now, with that said, this system is absolutely going to turn heads, whether you like it or not. It is going to be manageable, but that's going to be dependent upon how far your sticking your foot to the floor. Now, it goes without saying here, guys, customers looking for this system should be expecting one of the loudest systems that you can put on your 3.7 right now. However, if you're the one customer out there, kind of like myself, that wants to go as loud as possible, there's absolutely no reason why you couldn't throw an off-road X-pipe onto this. But expect that to be incredibly loud. Now, aside from plenty of noise, you're going to be looking at some of the best material as possible for an exhaust. That's going to be 304 stainless, which is going to be optimal compared to 409, because it is going to resist rust that much better. Now, this is going to feature two and a half-inch mandrel-bent tubing that's going to feed through their four-inch resonated tips. I don't want to confuse anybody here. Pypes states that this is going to eliminate lots of feedback, like snap, crackle, and pops. My personal experience with this system, you should expect to have a lot of noise coming out of the back of your car. Muffler delete systems are going to be inherently louder, because you're not going to have anything coming out of the tips right here. This is going to be very straight through. Now, with that lack of materials here, it's going to directly affect the price. For that, we're going to see this land right around the $290 to $310 range. Installation-wise, axle-backs go on with little to no effort at all. Again, this is going to warrant a very easy one out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter here, about 30 minutes to an hour's worth of labor with basic hand tools. Aside from a basic socket set, a jack and a pair of jack stands, and maybe a little bit of penetrating oil to hit your exhaust hangers or isolators are all that you're going to need here. Once your rear end is up off the ground, it's merely just going to be unbolting all your hangers and your factory system, removing it out of the car, getting your new Pypes system in place, and utilizing your factory hangers and isolators. Bolting everything down, making sure your tips are aligned, you're good to go. So that's going to do it for my quick review of Pypes Pype-Bomb axle-back system, fitting your 2011 through 2014 V6 Mustang, that can be found right here at americanmuscle.com.