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Old 06-25-2016, 10:15 AM   #1
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Am thinking to add an H pipe to my v6 it already has GT500 axlebacks. Can i add an h pipe with stock manifolds ?

What do you guys think of H pipe ?
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Yes an h-pipe will bolt right in. Going off road will need a tune.
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Yes an h-pipe will bolt right in. Going off road will need a tune.

Difference between offroad h pipe and a normal h pipe ?
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Offroad replaces your entire factory midpipe including the catalytic converters. If you purchace a cut and clamp it only replces your factory hybrid h/x rear section of your oem midpipe but retains the oem catalytic converters. Ford racing and Borla have a cut & clamp x-pipe and mac has the same but its the prochamber. I could be wrong but I believe that you will have to have a custom h-pipe built by a muffler shop if you want to retain your catalytic converters.
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Heres a few pics from American muscles website.
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Offroad replaces your entire factory midpipe including the catalytic converters. If you purchace a cut and clamp it only replces your factory hybrid h/x rear section of your oem midpipe but retains the oem catalytic converters. Ford racing and Borla have a cut & clamp x-pipe and mac has the same but its the prochamber. I could be wrong but I believe that you will have to have a custom h-pipe built by a muffler shop if you want to retain your catalytic converters.
It is my understanding as well that you can not purchase a cut and clamp H-pipe as is available with the cut and clamp x-pipe.
The cut and clamp Max ProChamber is what I got for something like $300. However, it was a somewhat sloppy fit. They made it so you have to cut the pipes just downstream(at the exit of) the resonators. Their pipe slips over the end of the resonator which was, for me, a sloppy fit and had to be welded, since the clamp wasn't working.
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