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Old 03-31-2013, 11:21 AM   #1
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H or X pipe

Alright guys I've got bbk off road x pipe with flowmaster 40s and I plan getting some long tube headers and idk if I should stick with the x pipe or go with H pipe. I guess I want to know which one makes more hsp
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X makes a little more top end, but it's barely anything in comparison. Go with which one sound better
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Flows would sound better with h, because they're chambered.
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If you plan on running your car at the strip and want every bit of power you can get, then keep the O/R X-pipe. But I would suggest ditching the FMs and going with a muffler that is a flow through design and not chambered.
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If you plan on running your car at the strip and want every bit of power you can get, then keep the O/R X-pipe. But I would suggest ditching the FMs and going with a muffler that is a flow through design and not chambered.
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LTs to O/R X to Muffler deletes
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LTs to O/R X to Muffler deletes
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