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Old 01-02-2014, 12:43 PM   #1
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Cherry bombs with x pipe

Anyone have cherry bombs with x pipe divorced duals on a 3.8 3.9 Stang ... How does it sound?

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I believe thats what i have, and it sounds pretty good, I want mine to be a little bit deeper tone so i'm going to get a prochamber and some flow 10s when i get my exhaust re-done, I'll try to get a video of what i have soon. but until then you can check out the exhaust thread under pictures and videos to see if you find something you like.

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if it's got an x-pipe, it's not divorced duals.
Divorced duals wold be NO midpipe at all.
A midpipe is not needed on these engine those.
If you want one though, an H-pipe or Pro-chamber is suppose to give it a deeper sound. X-pipe is more raspy.
If your keeping the cats, you could try it no mufflers at all. The cats muffle the sound a bit.
I'm running a single exhaust, no muffler, with a singleport 4.2. I've never been pulled over yet, and it sounds okay.
Would probably sound louder with dual exhaust, but i'm happy with it.
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