1980 Mustang Exhaust Pipes
Exhaust pipes are designed to channel exhaust gases out of the engine by offering an unobstructed passage, and a muscle car like your 1980 Mustang needs performance exhaust pipes to make the best of the engine. A straight-through pipe would be ideal for making the highest amount of horsepower. However, to make a car street legal, there are certain noise parameters to be followed. Because of this, there are a few different options for Mustang exhaust pipes, and we carry all of them at CJ Pony Parts.
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1980 Individual Exhaust Pipes
What Are the Types of 1980 Mustang Exhaust Pipes?Exhaust pipes can be divided into two broad categories: Mid-pipe and cat back. A mid-pipe is the section of the exhaust that connects the output of the headers to the input of the catalytic convertor. Mid-pipes can be of various configurations depending on the application of your Mustang, including H-pipe, Y-pipe and X-pipe.
The cat back is the section that connects to the output of the catalytic convertor, and is the final piece in a 1980 Mustang exhaust system. It is made up of mufflers and tail pipes, and helps reduce or alter the exhaust noise your pony car produces. By configuring this section, you can achieve the perfect exhaust note for your Mustang.
Find the Perfect Mustang Exhaust Pipes at CJ Pony PartsAt CJ Pony Parts, you can find everything you need for your 1980 Mustang’s exhaust system. We offer only the best quality exhaust pipes, and always at affordably low prices. Here’s what you’ll find in our selection:
• Pipe sections – 1980 Mustang exhaust pipes can be further classified as either mid-pipes or cat back. Mid-pipes include H-pipes, X-pipes and Y-pipes, while cat back is a complex system of mufflers, pipes and exhaust tips.
• H-pipes, X-pipes and Y-pipes – These are all types of mid-pipes, and connect the headers to the catalytic convertor. Each of these configurations affects the way your engine produces power. For instance, an H-pipe will provide a good low-end torque, while X-pipes are good for better top-end performance.
• Cat back. A cat back exhaust is the component that connects to the output of the catalytic convertor. It is made up of a small section of pipe that attaches to the muffler, which in turn connects to the exhaust tip.
Browse our selection of 1980 Mustang exhaust pipes today, and let us know if you’d like any assistance! Our team of Mustang enthusiasts is more than happy to answer any questions you have.