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Old 12-02-2012, 01:42 PM   #1
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X pipe?

Will an offroad x pipe make my car a lot louder?
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Yes it will make it louder and sound better
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Like a lot louder I wanna be loud!! I have slp lm1?
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Oh then yes it will be louder. X pipe and lm1's = super loud
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It'll be loud enough you can forget even trying to be in the same street when you try to sneak your gf out at night...
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Alright sweet I'm going to get the bbk x pipe and a tuner over the next couple of months. I have emmisions so everytime I have them I will switch to stock midpipe. If I do this will I have to have bama remake all my tunes everytime cause I'll have to switch to factory tune everytime right?
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Alright sweet I'm going to get the bbk x pipe and a tuner over the next couple of months. I have emmisions so everytime I have them I will switch to stock midpipe. If I do this will I have to have bama remake all my tunes everytime cause I'll have to switch to factory tune everytime right?
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Will an offroad x pipe make my car a lot louder?
With out cats I think it's way to load I run a off road X with Borla high flow cats it sounds amazing
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Old 12-02-2012, 05:53 PM   #9
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Can someone please answer my question?
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Can someone please answer my question?
About the tune?
Day you have to go I would just put the stock H back on and return ECU bake to stock, then after put the X back on and put your tune back in.
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Old 12-02-2012, 06:22 PM   #11
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When you mean ecu is that just the factory tune? And with a tuner does it always have the factory tune and the 3 tunes? And that's what I'll do is switch the pipes
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I'm running stick headers bassini cated xpipe no mufflers with four inch tips out the rear my car is very loud good rumble a bit more raty with my p.i. Upgrade
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When you mean ecu is that just the factory tune? And with a tuner does it always have the factory tune and the 3 tunes? And that's what I'll do is switch the pipes
The ECU is the computer in your car that's what a tuner does is reprogram the cars computer also known as the ECU. The tuner comes with 3 custom tunes a street tune a performance tune and a race tune, at anytime you can take the tunes off and return to stock. So if you have emissions put the H pipe back on plug in your tuner and return to stock, then once it's over put your X back on plug up your tuner put whatever tune you want back in and your ready to go!
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Okay sweet how do you put it back to stock is there just a button on the tuner sorry I don't have one yet I'll be getting one?
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Okay sweet how do you put it back to stock is there just a button on the tuner sorry I don't have one yet I'll be getting one?
Yup it says "return to stock"
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And it won't erase the tunes you had with your x pipe?
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And it won't erase the tunes you had with your x pipe?
Nope, they will still remain on the tuner and once you put the X pipe back on just go back and you will see the 3 tunes still there and pick either the 87/street 87/performance or 91/ race tune to put back into the cars ECU. And your good to go!
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Alright right on I'll buy the tuner first then the x pipe!! I hope it's a big sound difference so when I drive past someone they all look!
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Okay sweet how do you put it back to stock is there just a button on the tuner sorry I don't have one yet I'll be getting one?
Yeah it's all self explanatory when you plug it in. Super easy
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Sweet Ill get the tuner so I can have the check engine light off.
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Alright sweet I'm going to get the bbk x pipe and a tuner over the next couple of months. I have emmisions so everytime I have them I will switch to stock midpipe. If I do this will I have to have bama remake all my tunes everytime cause I'll have to switch to factory tune everytime right?
I don't think you need a tune with an X pipe, thus, switching to a stock midpipe won't be an issue. If you buy a tuner from Bama performance they send you performance tunes and you can always downgrade back to a stock tune with the same tuner. Essentially, you get an SCT tuner that flashes your ECU with the data you want via your OBD II connector.
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Sweet in excited I'm buying it after Christmas.
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