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Old 03-29-2013, 07:25 PM   #1
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Anyone running Pypes shorty headers?

If so how do you like them? Extra horses?
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If so how do you like them? Extra horses?
Why not do longtubes?
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Old 03-30-2013, 12:28 PM   #3
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If your going to do headers you might as well get the long tubes
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Old 03-30-2013, 01:52 PM   #4
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Just worried the long tube headers might be too loud. I'm running Pypes Pype bomb axle back right now and I love the low rumble.

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I'm thinking some headers and an H pipe
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F-it, go all out. Long tube headers, offroad h and pype bomb. Sounds perfect to me.
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Just worried the long tube headers might be too loud. I'm running Pypes Pype bomb axle back right now and I love the low rumble.

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I'm thinking some headers and an H pipe
It won't be too loud. In the end you'll be glad you did it.

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Go long tube headers, offroad h pipe and whatever mufflers you like best
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It won't be too loud. In the end you'll be glad you did it.

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Go long tube headers, offroad h pipe and whatever mufflers you like best
That will be ridiculously loud, what are you talking about?! Like yeah it'll sound mean and incredible but it's gona be about as loud as you can get!
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Yeah that will be loud as hell. I have o/r x pipe ans l and pypes violators axle back and that alone is loud.
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Well ya I never said it was going to be quiet. But some people think its really loud and others are ok with it. So it's all personal preference and how loud you want your car to be.
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That's true. I think the louder the better personally. Depends on what you like
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Not sure how the Pypes shorty headers sound. I have Pypes long tubes with cat-less Pypes h pipe, and Pype Bomb axle backs. My set-up is loud and deep. I'm always getting compliments. But just know this set-up is loud and isn't for everyone.
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Thanks for all the useful input guys, I just installed my new Airaid race CAI and Bama Race tune today and I say screw it, bring on the long tube headers and H pipe!!
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Thanks for all the useful input guys, I just installed my new Airaid race CAI and Bama Race tune today and I say screw it, bring on the long tube headers and H pipe!!
Good choice. You can't go wrong with long tubes.
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Thanks for all the useful input guys, I just installed my new Airaid race CAI and Bama Race tune today and I say screw it, bring on the long tube headers and H pipe!!
I mean it's gona sound incredible...just try and coast through the neighborhood lol
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