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Old 05-16-2014, 08:20 PM   #1
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94 gt x pipe question

Right now i still have my stock headers and h pipe with cats and some flowmaster mufflers. Im thinking about saving for an OR x pipe but i dont wanna have to weld anything because of emissions. Is it all bolt on?

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Yes, the stock midpipe drops out and bolt the x-pipe in its place.
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Old 05-16-2014, 09:11 PM   #3
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I'd do headers while you are at it.
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Headers would definitely be beneficial. But honestly o/r x and flows don't match.

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Unless it's flow 10s but still h pipe sounds great with flows
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I just dont want cats its too quiet. It sounds good now but not loud enough. I might just go with glasspacks

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There is a difference between loud and sounding good. A nice catted pipe with a good set of mufflers and headers will be louder than you think. My 98 has shorties, BBK catted H and Dynomax chambered Thrush mufflers (would not have been my choice but the PO had them on the car and they've grown on me) and its definitely loud enough without being obnoxious and having a nice tone. I know for a fact if I put an OR pipe on there it is going to drone like crazy. As it stands, its just barely quiet enough at 2300rpm and 75mph on the highway. Also good cats don't suck up a ton of power like ppl will make you think. Mabye 1hp to the wheels...maybe.
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H pipe personally I think is the way to go with these cars. And I also have flows the 10 series and love it. I will be getting long tube headers with my 306 so I hope it's not crazy will also have and fcam so idle will hopefully sounds better
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