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Old 04-25-2013, 04:11 PM   #1
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What new mid pipe should i get

So as some of you kno I got a fix it ticket recently and in using it as an excuse to buy a new mid pipe. Iv got an off road x right now and I was thinking with going with the cut and clamp Mac prochamber one
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You don't like the o/r x??
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You don't like the o/r x??
I do like it but I got a fix it ticket for the one I have
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Put the stock one on and when you pay the fee put the X one on
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I agree with Venomouz, but if you do want to change it then you will love the prochamber.
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I figured screw it and got the prochamber
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I figured screw it and got the prochamber
You won't be disappointed, its tame when cruising but screams when you want it to.
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Yea it seems everyone loves there prochamber if there got one
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So as some of you kno I got a fix it ticket recently and in using it as an excuse to buy a new mid pipe. Iv got an off road x right now and I was thinking with going with the cut and clamp Mac prochamber one
Hello! I had the same x pipe on my 94 and I loved the sound !! I say don't change it !! I miss the sound when I would down shift !!
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How hard is it to install a cut and clamp on an off road x pipe
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i'm confused by the cut and clamp..... so basically you take the midpipe you already have and modify it?
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i'm confused by the cut and clamp..... so basically you take the midpipe you already have and modify it?
That's what iv gatherd so far...ill post I stall picks of you would like
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Why do you think a procamber would quiet your exhaust
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I heard its louder than stock but not as loud just straight piped. And besides iv wanted one for the longest time and this is a good excuse to get one. And I can have my cousin sight the ticket he's a. Cop
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Probably an over hyped waste of money but its your money
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Probably an over hyped waste of money but its your money
Believe me, prochambers are worth it. They give a tone to your exhaust that x and h pipes just can't give. I have stock mufflers and it made my car noticeably louder on idle and a lot louder on the gas.
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Believe me, prochambers are worth it. They give a tone to your exhaust that x and h pipes just can't give. I have stock mufflers and it made my car noticeably louder on idle and a lot louder on the gas.
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Are pro chambers just technically an x pipe with a muffler in the cross section or I it a catillilitic converter. I was interested in one but they are not in anyway a cheap mod! Also I don't want to give up my raspy xpipe sound lol
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