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Old 06-07-2012, 06:19 PM   #1
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Off Road X-Pipe/H-Pipe

I wanted to know how loud my car would be with an off road x pipe or x-pipe. I currently have roush axle-backs and I like how they're loud during aggresive driving and quiet during normal driving. I also life how theirs no drone. Would adding a off road x pipe or h pipe make my car crazy loud?
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Oh yeah especially with the Roush.
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See the videos in my sig. Turn your speakers up to the point where normal conversation is screaming loud and you will get the idea. It is really loud. I mean, shakes the house from the garage loud, and made my three year old niece cry.
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I don't want it that loud, so if remove the cats its pretty much going to be loud? I drive my 2 yr old daughter around with me a lot, and I don't want it crazy loud. i guess no off road x or h pipes for me.
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I have offroad x and GT500's loud when you get on it but pretty quiet otherwise
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I don't want it that loud, so if remove the cats its pretty much going to be loud? I drive my 2 yr old daughter around with me a lot, and I don't want it crazy loud. i guess no off road x or h pipes for me.
Offroad H is not as loud. Stick with a quieter muffler like Hushpowers or GT500s and it won't be ridiculous. Roush + offroad pipe = ridiculous.
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Offroad H is not as loud. Stick with a quieter muffler like Hushpowers or GT500s and it won't be ridiculous. Roush + offroad pipe = ridiculous.
Will it be loud if I'm not getting on it, during normal driving? I really like the roush axle back and don't want to get rid of them.
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Will it be loud if I'm not getting on it, during normal driving? I really like the roush axle back and don't want to get rid of them.
Yes.
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What if I added an after cat x or h pipe? I heard the h pipe gives you that deeper sound and the x gives you a raspier sound. I want the deeper sound, I know that by keeping the cats wont add much more power, but will it not be too loud with those?
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What if I added an after cat x or h pipe? I heard the h pipe gives you that deeper sound and the x gives you a raspier sound. I want the deeper sound, I know that by keeping the cats wont add much more power, but will it not be too loud with those?
You already have an after-cat H pipe. An after-cat X might make it a bit raspier, but the change would be minimal and there would be little-to-no performance gains.
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