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Old 10-28-2013, 10:46 AM   #1
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Im currently running stock cats and manifolds with a custom x pipe and pype bomb muffler delete axle back. I'm looming into getting longtubes i don't know whether i should go with the pacesetters and get them cheaper or spend 200 more and get the Mac ceramic long tubes. Also should I keep a x pipe or should I go with a h pipe with the long tubes? I don't want it to get raspy. I am going to be keeping the cats due to emissions. Let me know what your guys opinions are.
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Im currently running stock cats and manifolds with a custom x pipe and pype bomb muffler delete axle back. I'm looming into getting longtubes i don't know whether i should go with the pacesetters and get them cheaper or spend 200 more and get the Mac ceramic long tubes. Also should I keep a x pipe or should I go with a h pipe with the long tubes? I don't want it to get raspy. I am going to be keeping the cats due to emissions. Let me know what your guys opinions are.
With cats it will be deep still. And dont do pacesetters... the old ones I had you had to weld to the mid pipe. My personal preference would be to spend the money and get kooks with the catted x pipe...

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I didnt see this was v6. Any ceremic coated would be good
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Im currently running stock cats and manifolds with a custom x pipe and pype bomb muffler delete axle back. I'm looming into getting longtubes i don't know whether i should go with the pacesetters and get them cheaper or spend 200 more and get the Mac ceramic long tubes. Also should I keep a x pipe or should I go with a h pipe with the long tubes? I don't want it to get raspy. I am going to be keeping the cats due to emissions. Let me know what your guys opinions are.
Go with a shorty catted H pipe.. And ceramic is always better! You get what you pay for
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Go with a shorty catted H pipe.. And ceramic is always better! You get what you pay for
So ceramic long tubes with a shorty h pipe?
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So ceramic long tubes with a shorty h pipe?
I think it would sound good! There won't be as much rasp as an x pipe. But if you wanna keep cats, make sure to get a CATTED shorty h pipe, as long tubes eliminate cats
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