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Old 04-23-2013, 06:17 PM   #1
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GT500 axle-backs. Which Xpipe do you experts recommend?

Hey everyone Newbie here. I'm looking at the GT500 alxe-backs and I want to install or xpipe along with it. When I looked on AM there's xpipes and then there's shorty xpipes. My question is, what are the differences between the two and which ones do you have on? Any recommendations is greatly appreciated! Thanks

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Shorty x pipes are if you do long tube headers and the regular x pipes are if you keep the short tube headers.
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Thanks for the info man. So from what I've read so far, if I decide to go with an o/r x then I would need a tune too otherwise it will set off the 02 sensors? Is that correct?
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Thanks for the info man. So from what I've read so far, if I decide to go with an o/r x then I would need a tune too otherwise it will set off the 02 sensors? Is that correct?
It will set those off but also it will continue to dump fuel down the pipes to cool off the cats that doesn't exist. So a tune isn't 100% needed but will keep the 02 sensor from throwing codes and will keep it from wasting gas/killing a tad but of performance trying too cool the cats.
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good stuff man, so a tune is the safe route to go if I want a o/r x with my axle backs. thanks again
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