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Old 10-31-2012, 08:15 PM   #1
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Off road x pipe vs off road h pipe?

Don't care about HP gains or losses. Based on straight sound which do you like more?

X- raspy race car
Y- classic deep rumble

Also to be used with borla Atak muffler
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Don't care about HP gains or losses. Based on straight sound which do you like more?

X- raspy race car
Y- classic deep rumble

Also to be used with borla Atak muffler
H pipe. I've had both and I like the h pipe a lot more. Nice deep classic muscle car tone how a mustang should sound.
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Here is a quick video will be making a new one in a different thread asking for ppls opinions

YouTube:<br/><br/>http://youtu.be/9tgHdPm1YaI

Just to tell you guys it a 94 mustang gt with or h pipe with flowmaster 10 series
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I like my x pipe with flow 40s
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I like my x pipe with flow 40s
It's gotta be pretty raspy
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Don't care about HP gains or losses. Based on straight sound which do you like more?

X- raspy race car
Y- classic deep rumble

Also to be used with borla Atak muffler
I've had both, definitely love the sound of the x over the h but most are biased over that...it's just personal preference really. I won't go to an h after having the x...maybe if I had different mufflers I'd change my mind.
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I like the x pipes plus I'm all about power and they say x pipe give extra HP
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I like the x pipes plus I'm all about power and they say x pipe give extra HP
Do it based on the sound you want, not the gains. You may see a couple extra peak HP with an X or a couple more ft/lbs of torque with the H, but it's not enough to make it worth your sound not being what you want. Just my opinion though.
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I have an x pipe and to be honest, I hate it. Sounds great but it's so raspy..
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I have an x pipe and to be honest, I hate it. Sounds great but it's so raspy..
Ya that's why I switched to the h
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It's gotta be pretty raspy
Oh yeah it is on my 99

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I like the x pipes plus I'm all about power and they say x pipe give extra HP
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Do it based on the sound you want, not the gains. You may see a couple extra peak HP with an X or a couple more ft/lbs of torque with the H, but it's not enough to make it worth your sound not being what you want. Just my opinion though.
1/4 mile takes low end more than top end =} ,, if im correct

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I have an x pipe and to be honest, I hate it. Sounds great but it's so raspy..
So true its a kinda you suck sound

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Ya that's why I switched to the h
Might be looking into that pretty soon
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