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Old 08-29-2014, 07:27 PM   #1
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Hello I'm Julio I have a quick question about a part I want to add to my mustang. So far i have flowmaster on it and I bought a ford racing x pipe. I wanted to see if the x pipe would give me a little more aggressive sound.
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Hello I'm Julio I have a quick question about a part I want to add to my mustang. So far i have flowmaster on it and I bought a ford racing x pipe. I wanted to see if the x pipe would give me a little more aggressive sound.

You should be fine


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I've heard that O/R H Pipes have a better sound but when it comes down to it, it's all about preferences. I'll do research first. Theres a nice topic about this on Summit Racing youtube page

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X-pipes are raspy and sound more like exotic or modern muscle.
H-pipes and divorced duals give you that old school deep sound.

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Yeah stay away from x pipes. Sound like a ricer.


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