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Old 02-20-2011, 03:29 PM   #1
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X pipe and loudmouth or what?

So I just ordered my bbk x pipe to replace my homemade h- pipe that is under my car. It has shorty headers and flows already but was thinking about changing mufflers. I want a 5.0 that doesn't sound like all the others. What do u guys think would get me the raspiest sound. Also I have dumps would it be better to get pipes run on out the back? Any ideas would be appreciated. This is my first 5.0. I had a 98 cobra and loved the sound of the x pipe under it.
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So I just ordered my bbk x pipe to replace my homemade h- pipe that is under my car. It has shorty headers and flows already but was thinking about changing mufflers. I want a 5.0 that doesn't sound like all the others. What do u guys think would get me the raspiest sound. Also I have dumps would it be better to get pipes run on out the back? Any ideas would be appreciated. This is my first 5.0. I had a 98 cobra and loved the sound of the x pipe under it.
X-pipe is about as raspy as you can get and just run straight pipes and dump em for volume
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Will I lose any low end power if I do this?
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Depends on diameter of pipes. If you go 3 inch ya but 2.5 might keep your torque alright
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Look at the Mac Pro Chambers if you want a sound slightly different than most. It's sort of a cross between a X and a H.
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BBK x pipe Is already on the way.
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