Bbk mustang off-road x-pipe 18140 (11-14 v6) – free shipping electricity trading jobs


Increases Overall Performance. Add even more horsepower and torque to the rear wheels of your 3.7L V6 Pony by eliminating those power robbing catalytic converters with a BBK Off-road X-Pipe. A BBK off-road X-Pipe will significantly improve your pony’s exhaust flow to increase overall performance. Race Car Growl. This free flowing BBK x-pipe for the 3.7L V6 Mustangs not only increases power, but it also adds a crisp raspy, race car growl to the sound of your exhaust with its modern "X" crossover pipe design. Durable Construction. BBK’s X-Pipes use a free-flowing 2-1/2" diameter CNC mandrel bent aluminized steel tubing and a merged X crossover to improve flow. It also features OEM style hangers that attach in the stock locations for a perfect fit. Application. This BBK Performance Off-road X-Pipe is designed to be a direct bolt-on for the 2011-2014 3.7L V6 Mustangs with either aftermarket short tube headers or the factory manifolds installed. Intended for off-road, track use only, does not include catalytic converters. Please Note. Stock 2011 V6 Mustangs come stock with a Mid Pipe that resembles both the H-Pipe and X-Pipe designs. This hybrid Mid Pipe was created by Ford to help add additional power and sound to the V6 straight out of the factory. This BBK aftermarket X-Pipe will further help you reach maximum air-flow equaling additional power.

Amazing sound especially with the Borla ATAK catback exhaust. From a cold start it’s pretty d*mn loud, but not too horrible for neighbors to complain. As for giving it gas/throttle, definitely a lot louder and recommend idling out of apartments when first installed late at night. It only took me a week to get used to it and it doesn’t bother me, but when you get to tunnels or cars around you with the exhaust echoing, it sounds pretty nice. Definitely do not recommend speeding at night bc the cops will hear it from farther distances. You will need a tune to delete O2 sensors to prevent engine light. As for installing would recommend lift, but can be done with jacks making it a little harder for movement. All being said, this will definitely give you a louder sound with a deeper tone and will catch people attention in a good way, or scare some people lol. For $250 you can’t beat it. Do NOT get this if you live in Illinois/California since they’re illegal to delete cats, let alone would get you pulled over faster. I’m in Kentucky and have no problems with cops, or emissions testing.

The bbk offroad x pipe made my mustang feel much more smooth in the mid and high range of the power band. The installation took about 15 minutes (granted I have a lift and air tools) and the clamps provided are a breeze to work with. Mandrel bent 2.5" piping from the headers to the over axle pipe, it really woke up my mustang.

At 25-2700 rpm, you’re running into such loud rasp. Now I get it – you bought an offroad x pipe for the performance gains and it obviously doesn’t have a cat or resonators. But the rasp is so unbearable I contemplated pulling back into the shop multiple times and removing them. I decided to give resonators a shot so I got some 17 inch Jones glasspacks and put them into my over axle pipes, it moved the rasp up to about 3600rpm, which is okay for daily driving since who shifts that high anyway.

So all in all, I don’t think I’d recommend this to be honest. The pipe is nothing special – it’s two pipes with an x pipe in the middle. You could take off your stock exhaust and replicate it just like bbk did for about 60$ or you could bring it to an exhaust shop and they’d do it for around 140. The sound is completely unbearable, if you think I’m lying then YouTube it before you commit. It’s awful, and anyone ever talks about is the rasp. You will turn your already questionable 6 cylinder mustang into the laughing stock of the road.