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  1975 Mustang II V8 Exhaust

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Sixpackwhoopazz
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Posts: 1
From: Troy,NH, USA
Registered: Mar 2005

posted 03-26-2005 06:50 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Sixpackwhoopazz        Reply w/Quote
I have a 1975 Ford Mustang II Ghia with a 302 cu in V8 and i am having a huge problem finding an exhaust system for my car. Is there ANYONE that can help me find a system for my car. Preferrably a dual exhaust system,but open to any and all info at this point. Any help would be greatly appreciated. It has an automatic trans.

UnbridledFury
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From: Tacoma, WA
Registered: Jun 99

posted 03-27-2005 02:21 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for UnbridledFury        Reply w/Quote
Welcome to M&M!

I just took my car down to the local exhaust shop and had them put in a custom dual exhaust. It was cheaper than getting the stock dual exhaust setup.

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John's Stang
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From: Rialto,CA. U.S.A.
Registered: Feb 2006

posted 02-17-2006 09:16 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for John's Stang        Reply w/Quote
I own a 75 mustang with a 302 and duel exhaust. I have headers made by ford motorsport. there nickle plated and they can be installed without removing the engine.Just find a ford dealer that carries ford high performance parts. Also hooker and hedman headers have the same part. Then go to a muffler shop and finish the rest. A good muffler shop can fab the pipes to go to the bumper. If you dont mind doing it yourself,and shorten it before the rear end you can buy exhaust pipes at any auto parts store. I have a mig welder and did my pipes myself.

Whitson
Gearhead

Posts: 290
From: Western Canada
Registered: Dec 2005

posted 02-17-2006 10:42 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Whitson        Reply w/Quote
I did the muffler shop thing on my 78. 2-1/2" from the headers to turbo mufflers mounted in front of the axle, the R.H. pipe went over the axle and out, the L.H. pipe went over the axle, across infront of the fuel tank and exited beside the R.H. pipe. The biggest tail pipes he could fit was only 2-1/8.

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