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Old 02-23-2012, 07:33 PM   #1
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X-Pipes and H-Pipes?

So I know what the difference between an X-Pipe and H-Pipe is. But what is the difference between an Off Road X-Pipe and a Cat back X-Pipe... and if there are any differences in H pipes what are they? Thank you.
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There's full length o/r x pipes that go from the manifolds and connect to the catback aka tailpipes with the mufflers... Then there's shorty o/r x pipes that go from the LT headers and connect to the catback.. The catback x pipe is basically just the same thing as a shorty x pipe I'm pretty sure.. The only thing about it is it's made to bolt up to the stock cats on the new mustangs so that it's smog legal and just replaces the H portion of the stock midpipe with an X.. that catback x pipe bolts up to the catback aka tailpipes with the mufflers
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Re: X-Pipes and H-Pipes?

The off road pipe deletes the cats. And sound pretty bad on the 4.0; you need the cats for the resonance. And since the cat is deleted, you need a tune update for the missing cat information, and have to turn the O2 sensors off in the tune.
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Re: X-Pipes and H-Pipes?

generally anything that says "off-road" is not considered street legal, especially in california
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Yea i really hate all the rules that california has against cars.
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