1969 Mustang Mid-pipes

The exhaust system on your car is made up of distinct sections of exhaust piping, headers or an exhaust manifold, a mid-pipe, and tail pipes and muffler. If any one of these components becomes damaged, it can result in an exhaust leak that will rob your car of power, throw off its tuned sound and spill contaminating exhaust gases into the atmosphere. If the middle section of your car’s exhaust system is suspect, take a look at the huge selection of 1969 Mustang mid-pipes we carry at CJ Pony Parts. These mid-pipes are designed to mount to your factory exhaust system, or you can use an adapter to mate them to an aftermarket system.

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1969 Mid-Pipes

1969 Mustang Mid-pipes

Exhaust system configurations will vary across different cars, which is why we carry a wide variety of different 1969 Mustang mid-pipes. The configuration you use for the middle of your car’s exhaust system can have dramatic effects on your exhaust system’s sound and the way your car makes power. The different categories of 1969 Mustang mid-pipes that we stock include:

• H-pipes: The most common type of mid-pipe you will find is an H-pipe. This design makes a lot of sense — it uses a single horizontal section of pipe to connect the left and right exhaust pipes. This allows for expansion to occur. Basically, this means that some exhaust gases will flow from one side of the exhaust system to the other. The H-pipe design is synonymous with the lumpy idle we often associate with vintage muscle cars, and it is an excellent tune for mid-range power.
• X-pipes: A few of the 1969 Mustang mid-pipes we carry are X-pipes. This design is more recent than the H-pipe design, and it borrows its shape from the mid-pipes used on modern performance cars and racecars. The crossed piping section at the center of the mid-pipe forces exhaust gases from either side of the system to mix, creating a vortex effect that smoothens exhaust flow. X-pipe systems are more typically seen on cars tuned to deliver maximum horsepower at high RPM. They have a more high-pitched exhaust note than their H-pipe cousins.
• Tri-Y mid-pipes: This design is another newcomer to the market. They are designed for use with tri-Y headers, which offer many of the performance advantages of long-tube headers with better ground clearance. These mid pipes will allow you to mount to a set of tri-Y headers without performing any cutting or modification.

Place your order for 1969 Mustang’s mid-pipes today and repair that leaky old exhaust!