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Old 07-25-2013, 11:31 AM   #1
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Pype muffler deletes?

Not the pype bombs but the muffler deletes how they sound?
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I don't have pypes but I am a welder and made my own muffler deletes and I love the sound! I get complements constantly on how good it sounds! But it is not for everyone!
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I don't have pypes but I am a welder and made my own muffler deletes and I love the sound! I get complements constantly on how good it sounds! But it is not for everyone!
Wanna sell one?
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I will see about getting a vid so you can hear!

Never really thought about it but it is an idea but after picking tips getting all the pipe and the time and shipping it would probably be cheaper to buy some from A M they sell some. I already had tips an pipe at the house so it didn't cost me much!
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I will see about getting a vid so you can hear!

Never really thought about it but it is an idea but after picking tips getting all the pipe and the time and shipping it would probably be cheaper to buy some from A M they sell some. I already had tips an pipe at the house so it didn't cost me much!
Wish I was a welder haha
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They sound great. Had them on my car with stock mid pipe and headers. Sound good, still have them on now with an OR H pipe. You can say my car is loud now. Lol
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They're loud, but a friend of mine who has them loves them. I think they sound good too, but i rather some Borlas
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They're loud, but a friend of mine who has them loves them. I think they sound good too, but i rather some Borlas
For the price i think Pypes are a decent brand. But yea, who wouldnt want a full Borla exhaust?! Borla is amazing
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For the price i think Pypes are a decent brand. But yea, who wouldnt want a full Borla exhaust?! Borla is amazing
Would love full borla but can't afford it
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They sound good, but I prefer the Pypes pype bomb axleback. It clears up the growl a little more and give you more tone. Plus, it's still very loud!

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I had pype bombs, loved them.
Got a pypes OR x pipe, way to loud unless your nuts and like getting pulled over.
Added jba equal length headers and a pypes super system and love love love it.
Good idle, very angry powerful wide open.....
Kudos to pypes!
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