1965 Mustang Mid-Pipes

The middle of your exhaust system connects the exhaust manifold or headers on your car to the rear section of your exhaust, where your muffler and resonator are located. This is a crucial section of your car’s exhaust system because when exhaust pulses from your car’s engine reach this section they are still undergoing some expansion. CJ Pony Parts selects 1965 Mustang mid-pipes made from the highest quality materials and proven processes like CNC bending. There are three different types of 1965 Mustang mid-pipes popular among car builders, H-pipes, X-pipes and Y-pipes; read on below for a description of each and suggested applications from the experts at CJ Pony Parts.

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1965 Mid-Pipes

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CJ Pony Parts offers nearly 50 different 1965 Mustang mid-pipes. The different types of mid-pipes are named based on their shapes, and can be broken down into three specific categories: H-pipes, X-pipes and Y-pipes:

• H-Pipes: These are the most common mid-pipes, and closely resemble the factory layout of the original 1965 Mustang mid-pipes. This design allows for expanding exhaust gasses to move passively between the two separate exhaust tubes, but doesn’t actively guide the gasses so that they run evenly, the way that an X-pipe does. The H-pipe configuration tends to produce more power lower in the rev. range and delivers a more textured idle and exhaust note that evokes thoughts of vintage hot-rods.

• X-Pipes: X-pipes use a crossed design that directs exhaust pulses from both separate exhaust tracks into one single, even flow. This reduces back pressure at high-rpm and allows high-revving performance tuned engines to make more power at full throttle. These types of mid-pipes are more suited for racing applications, and tend to deliver an exhaust note that resembles a highly tuned racing engine.

• Y-Pipes: These can be some of the more difficult to find 1965 Mustang mid-pipes. They are designed specifically for use on 289 cars that do not have a true dual exhaust system. The “Y” refers to the way that these mid-pipes divide into two separate streams after exhaust leaves the collector coming from your car’s header.

Now that you know a little more about the available options, take a look at the many affordable 1965 Mustang mid-pipes that we offer and place your order with CJ Pony Parts today. You’ll be that much closer to helping your car breathe easier, rev harder and sound great doing it.