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Old 06-02-2013, 11:05 AM   #1
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I currently have the MAC dual exhaust conversion installed on my car, and I love it, but of course I want it to be as mean as possible. Was considering X-piping and then would consider whatever catback exhaust seems most appealing. As I was looking for 6 banger x-pipe options I only see the Pypes x pipe is available, and I do not see any positive reviews about installation or durability. I was wondering why a GT X or H pipe won't fit on my 3.9, and if there's anything that can be done about it to be able to fit a probably better quality exhaust up to my car.

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I currently have the MAC dual exhaust conversion installed on my car, and I love it, but of course I want it to be as mean as possible. Was considering X-piping and then would consider whatever catback exhaust seems most appealing. As I was looking for 6 banger x-pipe options I only see the Pypes x pipe is available, and I do not see any positive reviews about installation or durability. I was wondering why a GT X or H pipe won't fit on my 3.9, and if there's anything that can be done about it to be able to fit a probably better quality exhaust up to my car.

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A gt h or x would fit right in, my advice is to go with the H pipe (2.5") and heartthrob mufflers with 3.5" tips . I just recently used this band muffler and fell in love!
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Pypes x pipe and Flowmaster 40s.
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Prochamber ftw!
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+1000000, tame below 3k. But when you give it gas it screams. Good way to mess with ricers.
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Pypes x pipe and Flowmaster 40s.
That's what I'm running and while it sounds nice, it may not be loud enough for some people. OP if you want loud go with o/r x with some slp lm1's I need to install my lm1's ASAP
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+1000000, tame below 3k. But when you give it gas it screams. Good way to mess with ricers.
yep both on a GT and v6 this is true
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That's what I'm running and while it sounds nice, it may not be loud enough for some people. OP if you want loud go with o/r x with some slp lm1's I need to install my lm1's ASAP
I got O/R xpipe and SLP 1 and I love it
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Our V6's don't need a mid pipe, you could just straight pipe from the headers to the mufflers.
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I got O/R xpipe and SLP 1 and I love it
Everyone on here loves it. I may get it sometime down the road. I just don't wanna go through the hassle of changing out the pipes every other year for emissions
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Our V6's don't need a mid pipe, you could just straight pipe from the headers to the mufflers.
could..but no fun in that
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Our V6's don't need a mid pipe, you could just straight pipe from the headers to the mufflers.
Personally I've heard straight pipe on ours in the higher Rpms start to sound alittle ricey and we don't want that
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