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Asked by Jan 03, 2016 at 10:07 PM about the 2003 Ford Mustang GT

Question type: General

I bought my car with dual SLP Loudmouth
exhaust. I never looked under the car until
after I scraped the bottom of my car really
bad. One of my exhaust is hanging lower
than the other but both of them are pretty
low. Is that normal with aftermarket
exhaust? Can it hurt them if I scraped them
real bad?

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It's normal on the mustang, even the ford performance exhaust hangs lower and is always crooked. Depending on how low it actually is would determine if its hazardous or not. If you can get over a speed bump I wouldn't worry about it.

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