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Old 02-11-2013, 10:29 AM   #1
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Headers & X or o/r x mid pipe

Well I'm wondering whats a better deal.. getting the headers with the or x pipe which is about $640 or getting the or x mid pipe which is about $230. Do they both take away from the low end?
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Well I'm wondering whats a better deal.. getting the headers with the or x pipe which is about $640 or getting the or x mid pipe which is about $230. Do they both take away from the low end?
Go with the headers trust me. They help with power through out the power band. Especially with a hybrid tune. It will give you the low end grunt you want and top end power you need to win.
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Im not sure if you would see any noticeable gain by just swapping to an off road x-pipe...
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Go with the headers trust me. They help with power through out the power band. Especially with a hybrid tune. It will give you the low end grunt you want and top end power you need to win.
Cool thanks!! Yea I'm leaning more towards going with headers I just wanted to see if it was worth saving the $.
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Im not sure if you would see any noticeable gain by just swapping to an off road x-pipe...
Very minimum gains IF its an off road pipe
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Im not sure if you would see any noticeable gain by just swapping to an off road x-pipe...
Thats what i figured..Lethal performance says "14-16rwhp increase" so im guessing people go off road x pipe only for the sound mostly?
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Thats what i figured..Lethal performance says "14-16rwhp increase" so im guessing people go off road x pipe only for the sound mostly?
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Cool. Headers & o/r x it is!! I want power with my sound! Haha.
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Cool. Headers & o/r x it is!! I want power with my sound! Haha.
Hahaha good choice!! If u want a deep tone which a xpipe will not provide get a custom H-Pipe fabricated ima do it my muffler shop guy told me 120 plus 10 install
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Hahaha good choice!! If u want a deep tone which a xpipe will not provide get a custom H-Pipe fabricated ima do it my muffler shop guy told me 120 plus 10 install
Dam that's a good price!!! Ur stang is gona sound so mean with that!!! Ima look into it..I kind of got an exhaust set up in mind but ima take it one step at a time to get the best sound!!
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Dam that's a good price!!! Ur stang is gona sound so mean with that!!! Ima look into it..I kind of got an exhaust set up in mind but ima take it one step at a time to get the best sound!!
I have headers n xpipe but the damn xpipe is making any muffler raspy so H-Pipe is the way to go! Lol
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I have headers n xpipe but the damn xpipe is making any muffler raspy so H-Pipe is the way to go! Lol
Would u lose any performance with the h pipe instead of the x?
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Would u lose any performance with the h pipe instead of the x?
Go true duals instead of an h pipe. It's the same, except there is no mid pipe. It makes for a loud aggressive tone that will be sure to turn heads! It's also called having divorced duals because they are completely independent of eachother.
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Go true duals instead of an h pipe. It's the same, except there is no mid pipe. It makes for a loud aggressive tone that will be sure to turn heads! It's also called having divorced duals because they are completely independent of eachother.
That's interesting!! Ima look into that!!
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