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Old 08-24-2012, 09:12 PM   #71
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Re: O/R H Pipe vs. O/R X Pipe

yes I got the updated 93 race tune and dam its very fast now, i wasnt expecting a whole lot because i already had the off road x pipe, but dam its very noticeable gains...feels alot faster
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yes I got the updated 93 race tune and dam its very fast now, i wasnt expecting a whole lot because i already had the off road x pipe, but dam its very noticeable gains...feels alot faster
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Old 08-24-2012, 09:16 PM   #73
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Re: O/R H Pipe vs. O/R X Pipe

i have to adjust the exhaust tomorrow tho, the drivers side header didnt fit well its rubbing on the stearing shaft and the h pipe was longer than the x pipe so i have to do some trimming so mytips dont stick out to much
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Old 09-09-2012, 09:53 AM   #76
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Does anyone have the offroad x pipe with roush axle backs or the same way with h pipes which one sounds better?
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Old 09-09-2012, 10:22 AM   #77
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i just installed the h-pipe yeaterday with my roush axles

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i just installed the h-pipe yeaterday with my roush axles
right now without cats i dont think u can tell the difference, there both so damn loud. although the h-pipe does give it some deeper tone then the x-pipe. i still have my resonators on too

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i just installed the h-pipe yeaterday with my roush axles

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right now without cats i dont think u can tell the difference, there both so damn loud. although the h-pipe does give it some deeper tone then the x-pipe. i still have my resonators on too
and grabber has the same setup but with the x-pipe
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Does anyone have the offroad x pipe with roush axle backs or the same way with h pipes which one sounds better?
Both videos in my sig have roush mufflers offroad xpipe
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Old 09-09-2012, 12:08 PM   #79
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Is it worth changing the pipes I want a louder sound which ones you guys recommend??
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Is it worth changing the pipes I want a louder sound which ones you guys recommend??
Definitely worth going offroad pipes, you'll gain ~20 hp. Mufflers make no difference in power on an NA car
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Old 09-09-2012, 01:07 PM   #81
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X or h though?
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Old 09-09-2012, 01:19 PM   #82
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u cant go wrong with both, your choice
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Old 09-09-2012, 01:25 PM   #83
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My thing is which one sounds better and which one might give me hp gain??
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Sound is to preference I love the H but that's my opinion the x will yield more power like 1 or 2 hp
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Power difference is negligible on an NA car between x and h, I absolutely love the sound of the xpipe though, sounds absolutely nasty!!
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Re: O/R H Pipe vs. O/R X Pipe

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Does anyone have the offroad x pipe with roush axle backs or the same way with h pipes which one sounds better?
I have x-pipe, cat del, and Roush axle back. All I can say is it is Stupid loud when you touch the pedal. I might put the cats back in just to keep the neighbors happy.
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I have x-pipe, cat del, and Roush axle back. All I can say is it is Stupid loud when you touch the pedal. I might put the cats back in just to keep the neighbors happy.
All my neighbors I've talked to love my exhaust
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Old 09-09-2012, 06:23 PM   #89
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So x pipe sounds like the way to go is it easy to install?
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I've got Corsa's on mine and they sound great, not sure if I added either x or h pipes would
make it sound too loud..
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So x pipe sounds like the way to go is it easy to install?
No but getting the cats out IF you decide to is a bit of a *****.
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Old 09-09-2012, 06:43 PM   #92
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Do the pipes clamp on or do they have to be welded on?
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Re: O/R H Pipe vs. O/R X Pipe

Mine was all bolt on. The cat bolts tend to cook themselves to the cat plus being in a stupid spot sucks.
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So I know someone has probably answered this but will the change of the pipe make the roush axle backs louder??
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So I know someone has probably answered this but will the change of the pipe make the roush axle backs louder??
From what to what? Anything that removed cats makes it a blot louder, and the x is a bit louder than the h.
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Well I'm not sure bec I'm new to this and I really want it to sound like a muscle car.
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Well I'm not sure bec I'm new to this and I really want it to sound like a muscle car.
Then stick with an h pipe and stay away from mufflers that have a straight through design. X pipes and straight through mufflers generally contribute to raspy and higher pitched exhaust sounds. It sounds great, but it's not a traditional muscle car sound necessarily.
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Does anyone have a roush axle back and an h pipe. How does it sound and which h pipe do I go with??
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I currently have the roush axlebacks with the jba after cat h-pipe with cat deletes and it is definately not for the faint hearted. Its obnoxiously loud. It has a deep tone to it when your easy on the throttle. Its hard to keep it quiet when u want it to be, ie. at 430 in the morning, cruising by cops to avoid tickets for illegal exhaust. I have definately noticed the power increase though. Im currently looking into high flo cats.
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Would it sound better with the high flow cats did you delete the resonators?
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Would it sound better with the high flow cats did you delete the resonators?
Sound is all a matter of opinion louder without cats and resonators, I still have resonators on mine to cut back a little rasp
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Would it be better did get a different cat or just remove it and is this something I can do at home or I should get someone to do it.
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If emissions are not a factor then just go catless, it's easy to do yourself, just have jack stands, about 3' of extensions, and about 3-4 hrs. Shouldn't take that long but sometimes things happen
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Yeah that sucks I have emissions
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Well i have a o/r h pipe with flowmaster 10 series on a 94 gt and its a push road engine so the sound of them us great love the exhaust. I just have one question if i replace the headers what will happen to the sound? And what kinda should i get?
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