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Old 07-24-2012, 04:25 PM   #1
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H pipe vs. X pipe

im going to get dual exhaust on my v6



all i want to know is whats your guys opinions on witch pipe is better?
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h pipe .!!!

x pipe sounds awesome on a v8.
just my 2 cents
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h pipe .!!!

x pipe sounds awesome on a v8.
just my 2 cents

hmm that makes sense now because my friend was telling my that the x pipe sounds way better and to get it but he has a 5.0 haha
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h pipe .!!!

x pipe sounds awesome on a v8.
just my 2 cents
+1 h pipe is the better sounding one on a 6. Thts what I had and sounded good, now on my gt I have a bassani xpipe and sounds amazing
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hmm that makes sense now because my friend was telling my that the x pipe sounds way better and to get it but he has a 5.0 haha
yeah just dont get it for ur sixxer. too raspy. on the v8 it sounds amazing but just stick to an h pipe for ur six
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yeah just dont get it for ur sixxer. too raspy. on the v8 it sounds amazing but just stick to an h pipe for ur six
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Forsure thanks!
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I heard a x pipe sound good on a v6 depends on the muffler
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I heard a x pipe sound good on a v6 depends on the muffler
i really dont think it matters. the x pipe makes it sound raspy period
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Old 07-24-2012, 08:17 PM   #10
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It's does sound raspy but depending on the setup it can sound pretty good. My old sixxer had high flow cats, a bassani x pipe from a gt and asset of glass packs. I can try and post a vid if you'd like
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It's does sound raspy but depending on the setup it can sound pretty good. My old sixxer had high flow cats, a bassani x pipe from a gt and asset of glass packs. I can try and post a vid if you'd like
Ive listen to both on youtube but yeah lemme hear yours

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Also i want a flow master muffler, whats the difference between the 40s and 44s and also the 10s?
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The inside if you go to there website they tell you which is best for your car and tells the difference I like 40s
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Forsure ill check it out
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H. Deeper and and more smooth
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Yeah i listen to both on you tube for a 98 v6 and im liking the h
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Re: H pipe vs. X pipe

PC > H > X....IMO
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PC > H > X....IMO
Pc?
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Pc?
Mac Prochamber....kinda expensive so only a few sixxer will invest in them, but worth the coin
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Mac Prochamber....kinda expensive so only a few sixxer will invest in them, but worth the coin
Hmm about how much is it?
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Hmm about how much is it?
$279 new or i found mine $30 used on craigslist....i've seen them in the $50 range used normally though

MAC Off-road Pro Chamber Mustang Mid-Pipe (99-04 4.6L) PC9900 - Free Shipping!

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here's one of our own members with you body style rocking one...

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$279 new or i found mine $30 used on craigslist....i've seen them in the $50 range used normally though

MAC Off-road Pro Chamber Mustang Mid-Pipe (99-04 4.6L) PC9900 - Free Shipping!

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here's one of our own members with you body style rocking one...

Doesnt seem like a bad price
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Doesnt seem like a bad price
to those that run it no...i plan to have it on every mustang i own. made my GT sound great, and i like the tone it gave the sixer
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Re: H pipe vs. X pipe

Each time we read the Posting "Which is better-"H" ot "X"...
WELL, The answe is always the same: ProChamber.

"X" or "H" depends on Motor. "X" pipe can sound really impressive on some modular motors. with Borla Stingers, Bassani mid-pipe, Kooks headers, ect...
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Each time we read the Posting "Which is better-"H" ot "X"...
WELL, The answe is always the same: ProChamber.

"X" or "H" depends on Motor. "X" pipe can sound really impressive on some modular motors. with Borla Stingers, Bassani mid-pipe, Kooks headers, ect...
we shall spread the word to the world
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X pipe all the way
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X pipe all the way
Ever put one on a v6?
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I got an h pipe on my v6 sounds good with pypes street pro
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I got an h pipe on my v6 sounds good with pypes street pro
H pipe all the way for the best sound
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I have an H. Never tried other ones. I like how it sounds...
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Am I the only one that has divorced duals?
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Am I the only one that has divorced duals?
not even close...a lot of people go that route to save on the total cost. plus divorced is a louder setup overall, but of course the trade off is higher rpm rasp. i've run various divorced setups so no worries
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Re: H pipe vs. X pipe

Being it a V6, I ran divorced duals until I saved up enough to get a ProChamber.
Divorced duals were great performing.
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Re: H pipe vs. X pipe

i like my x-pipe
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