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Old 01-17-2014, 01:37 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by Augie88GT
Your website also lists recalls. I had the catalytic converter recall taken care of. They had to put a new H-pipe on my car. Back then (circa 1992), I remember the Ford dealer telling us that the H-pipe cost $1,500. And that was over 20 years ago. I could imagine what it would cost today. But I never had the ignition recall taken care of. By that time, my car was in storage and not on the road. Please see my threads in the "Front Porch" section of this site for a further explanation.
Not trying to highjack thread but wanted to put it out there. P.P.I has brand new nos factory Ford h-pipes with cats for $899..for the mustang have to have it stock guys.

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