H-Pipes

1965 Mustang H-Pipes

H-Pipes

Are you in the process repairing your car’s exhaust system or even installing an entirely new exhaust? The connection from your exhaust manifold to the rest of your exhaust system is important to maintain low backpressure and achieve the throaty sound that you expect from your Mustang. This tubing section is commonly referred to as an H-pipe. CJ Pony Parts stocks this tubing section in a number of specifications. You might want OEM-replacement 1965 Mustang H-pipes if you need to replace an existing section of your stock exhaust system, or you might be interested in the upgraded tubing sections that make it easy to match things up when you’re going the custom route.

Refine Your Search
Currently Selected
BizRate Circle of Excellence
BizRate Customer Certified (GOLD) Site - CJ Pony Parts Reviews at Bizrate
Norton Secured
Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies
Inc 5000 Honoree
Mustang Club of America Proud Sponsor
CJ Automotive Group
Sort by
22 Results
1 2 >
Results per page
Sort by
22 Results
1 2 >
Results per page

1965 H-Pipes

Get a Fuller Sound

Depending on how the exhaust system on your car is built, it will typically be made up of three, four or five separate tubing sections. The H-pipe is the middle section of the exhaust; it connects the header or exhaust manifold on your car to the middle or tail section of the exhaust. CJ Pony Parts carries both 1965 Mustang H-pipes in 2”, 2 ¼” and 2 ½” diameters. Depending on the tune state of your engine and whether your car uses stock exhaust tubing or aftermarket exhaust tubing, you’ll want to select the appropriate diameter for your application.

The most important criteria to keep in mind when purchasing a new H-pipe is the style of headers your car uses. For example, the EXHP2 dual-exhaust 1965 Mustang head pipe is designed to mount up to a dedicated dual exhaust system that uses the mounting points from the stock 289 Hi-Po dual exhaust headers. If your car uses Tri-Y style headers, which are available from CJ Pony Parts for 289, 302 or 351 Windsor engines, the EXPH24 1965 Mustang H-pipe will fit your car, but the EXPH2 will not.

Other 1965 Mustang H-pipes are cut so that they match up with aftermarket exhaust tubing from a specific manufacturer. Some examples of these are the Flowmaster and JBA H-pipes, each of which include all the mounting hardware necessary for installation using the headers from their respective manufacturers.

Both the JBA and Flowmaster H-pipes are designed for cars that make use of that manufacturer’s long-tube headers. For this reason, you will notice that these H-pipes are shorter in length and use wide 2 ½” tubing to deliver maximum performance. When combined with a set of headers and performance exhaust system, these components will offer increased horsepower, better throttle response and a richer, fuller sound from your car’s exhaust.