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Old 04-04-2013, 09:24 AM   #1
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X or H Pipe? Looking for deeper growl...

Currently I have the Borla Stingers. I was going to go with the Borla Long Tube headers and a shorty x-pipe but I can't find many good videos so I am unsure of the tonality.

I have a 2012 V6 and I'm just looking for more of a deep growl, as similar to a V8 as I can get. . I also plan on ghost tuning her if still possibly. I was told H-pipe have a deeper growl and x-pipes are more raspy.

Just wanted some opinions on what you guys think, if you have any videos of V6 set ups with borlas please post!



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I think you should go with H pipe, but I heard and X pipe yesterday and it sound great also.
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Currently I have the Borla Stingers. I was going to go with the Borla Long Tube headers and a shorty x-pipe but I can't find many good videos so I am unsure of the tonality.

I have a 2012 V6 and I'm just looking for more of a deep growl, as similar to a V8 as I can get. . I also plan on ghost tuning her if still possibly. I was told H-pipe have a deeper growl and x-pipes are more raspy.

Just wanted some opinions on what you guys think, if you have any videos of V6 set ups with borlas please post!
Deeper growl go h pipe I have a video of my sn95 If you want

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Mine is a Gt. so it will be different
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Look into the ProChamber mid pipe.
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Look into the ProChamber mid pipe.
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H or prochamber
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Prochamber!!! Actually since yours is a 6 you should go H.
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Yeah defitnetly a prochamber
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