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Old 05-09-2013, 02:04 PM   #1
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Which mid pip should i get?

Hey, I have a 2007 gt with Borla stingers axlebacks and wanted to know which mid pipe I should get. I was thinking an hpipe because people say it sounds the most old fashion muscle. I don't like the ricey tuner sound. I like deep and loud. I want to wake the neighbors without sounding like a rice rocket. Any help would be greatly appreciates
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H pipe is the way to go then. X pipe isn't really ricey it's raspy with more crackle. O/r h will definitely wake them up.
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Okay so h pipe is the way to go for me. But how illegal is an off road h pipe. What I mean by that is, tinted windows are illegal but most places won't care for inspection. Will I have a huge issue getting my car inspected without knowing a guy
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prochamber you'll love how they sound over an h or x pipe

as for off road if you have inspection you will fail it. however you can get around that by putting on fake cats, heat shields, or gutting your current ones.
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sounds like the off road h is meant for u
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How strict is your area?
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So now it's between off road h or prochamber. Which one is typically louder? Deeper? And as for passing inspection. Do they simply look for cats or do they look at the effects on the emission tests
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they test two ways...visual and then with the obd2 test. if you have the code killed and some fake cats you'll pass no biggie.

to me the prochamber is deep when idle but at wot she screams...my favorite part
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If you want loud most of the time but able to control it h pipe. Pro chamber like he said is quieter but can get loud.
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Go with the prochamber. Cost more money but great tone
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Pro chamber the way to go? I've always liked flowmaster
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Mid pipe not catback...
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they test two ways...visual and then with the obd2 test. if you have the code killed and some fake cats you'll pass no biggie.

to me the prochamber is deep when idle but at wot she screams...my favorite part
This is truth. At idle, my lt headers, o/r prochamber, and flowmaster 40s are nice and deep. But hit the throttle a good time and you'll wake the neighbors. My friends always hear me driving down the road before I get to their house. Literally the most distinguishable sound out there
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