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Old 02-21-2015, 02:50 AM   #1
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Does anyone know if an o/r h pipe would sound good with pypes m80's I was thinking about getting a custom h pipe welded in and deleting the cats
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Does anyone know if an o/r h pipe would sound good with pypes m80's I was thinking about getting a custom h pipe welded in and deleting the cats
Probably will be raspy

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I've seen a couple videos on YouTube that are close to it but I cant seem to find any of the exact setup I want
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I've seen a couple videos on YouTube that are close to it but I cant seem to find any of the exact setup I want
H pipe is a good choice though

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The 4.0 with no cats has a terrible tone. Everyone I know who removed the cats found that to be the case - and there was no increase in performance to offset the terrible exhaust note.
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People also say when they take off the cats that they use the m80s to get rid of the rasp and I guess it sounds a lot better
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A catted ProChamber would sound best.
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