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Old 04-19-2011, 12:02 PM   #1
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Aftermarket H-pipe's?

I'm about to purchase a roush axleback and I want to give it a more deep tone so in trying to find some H-pipe's for 2011 V6. Have any been manufactured yet or would I need to have it custom fabricated?
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Re: Aftermarket H-pipe's?

2011 & 2012 V6's already come with a H-pipe system.
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Old 05-03-2011, 01:41 PM   #3
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Re: Aftermarket H-pipe's?

You might also look at long tube headers, that should deepen it also.
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The stock h-pipe is extremely restrictive though. I want to open it up.
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Re: Aftermarket H-pipe's?

The 2011 & 2012 have an X pipe standard equip. NOT and H pipe. And if you read the link you posted, you would know that !..........Plum
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Re: Aftermarket H-pipe's?

Ya your right it's an X-pipe. It's not quite a ture X-pipe or a H-pipe, but more of a hi-bred. Not sure changing it one way or the other with out changing from the heads to the tail pipes would help and has a good chance for shifting HP and torque curves.
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Re: Aftermarket H-pipe's?

On the 3.7 changeing the X-pipe out for an H will be a mistake, as it is specificly designed for torque considerations............Plum
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