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    Update - Videos! Boig Motorsports Gen III Coyote headers and side pipes

    Guys,

    Got my Boig Motorsports headers and sidepipes back from the ceramic coater and mounted them today. I chose the single pipe option using quiet pipe mufflers. It is quite a bit quieter and I am loving the sound. I'll try and post a video soon. Very high quality and fit great. Here are some pictures of them installed.

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    Thx,

    Henry

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    Looks good Henry, looking forward to the vid.

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    They can also make the twin tubes for those that like them. I went this way to quiet it down just a bit.

    Henry

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    Did anyone have luck playing the video? It didn’t play for me, but it might be my connection speed.

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    I would love to see a video of the twin tubes rumbling.

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    Looking good Henry!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 65 Cobra Dude View Post
    Guys,

    Got my Boig Motorsports headers and sidepipes back from the ceramic coater and mounted them today. I chose the single pipe option using quiet pipe mufflers. It is quite a bit quieter and I am loving the sound. I'll try and post a video soon. Very high quality and fit great. Here are some pictures of them installed.

    IMG_2251.jpg
    IMG_2252.jpg
    IMG_2253.jpg
    IMG_2254.jpg

    Thx,

    Henry
    Is Boig offering these now? I don't see them on their website. Also, do you know if anyone has dyno/power numbers on these compared to F5 or other mufflers (such as Flowmaster)? Just trying to compare before I pull the trigger. I want them quiet, but I also don't want to lose 5% of my horsepower at the same time . . . .

    Thanks!

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    STR,

    He does have them for sale now - I would call if interested. Although I don't have dyno numbers, I am confident these will actually yield higher horsepower than the stock ones because there is much less restriction because the bends and transition are smoother. They are definitely quieter and if I could figure out how to post the video without using facebook, i could show you that. I have videos with both the stock and new pipes. I'll try again!

    Thx,

    Henry

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    Thanks Henry! That's very helpful info.

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    Finally got the body on and the sidepipes. Here are some pictures of them mounted after being ceramic coated. I'll try to post the videos next.

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    Thx,

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    Coyote engine with Boig Motorsports headers and side pipes:

    https://youtu.be/EMR6-IrQjl4

    https://youtu.be/zRyaV4_2vXY

    For sound comparison, here are the stock pipes and 4 into 4 headers:

    https://youtu.be/qN0sqBeCruQ


    Thx,

    Henry

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    Thanks for posting these videos. I am interested in the quiet pipes so this was helpful for me. I think they look great on your car by the way.

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    Thx Clover! I love the sound and they fit perfect!

    Henry

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    Are these for a '65 Coupe? If so, please post some pix of the overall car, not just a close-up of the pipes. I'd like to see the overall appearance with only a single pipe per side instead of two.

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    Looks great. I like the single pipe.

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