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Old 12-12-2015, 10:15 AM   #1
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Catted mid h-pipe

ive done research but couldnt really find anything, im looking to do a mid pipe with high flow cats and a tune for my next mod just not sure if i should just go o/r one reason is i have roush axleback and a o/r would be to loud plus i live in cali, also i heard you get about 10-15 with o/r wondering if it'll be the same with the high flows? i was looking to buy these 2011-2014 Mustang 5.0L GT JBA 3" - 2.75" Competition Catted H-Pipe 6685SHC
would these fit with stock headers? also if i should get the 3inch piping or 3 inch to 2.75?
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I have this JBA h-pipe installed and Borla back. They all hooked up fine to stock cats/manifolds. I believe the high flow cats are the same size as stock, so they should line right up. I have the 3-to-2.75.

The h-pipe sounds real good and worth every penny. I recently installed JBA shorty headers, which improved sound and performance (smoother idle). Everything should line up just fine.


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I am going to get the Magnaflow X with high flow cats, also going to add remote dumps behind it. Loud when wanted, quiet when needed (stock mufflers).

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I have this JBA h-pipe installed and Borla back. They all hooked up fine to stock cats/manifolds. I believe the high flow cats are the same size as stock, so they should line right up. I have the 3-to-2.75.

The h-pipe sounds real good and worth every penny. I recently installed JBA shorty headers, which improved sound and performance (smoother idle). Everything should line up just fine.


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Did you notice any sound or performance difference from the stock H to the high flow cats H before you did the headers?

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Did you notice any sound or performance difference from the stock H to the high flow cats H before you did the headers?
I installed the cat-back at the same time and noticed a huge increase in volume and a moderate increase in performance. I can't confirm what gave the most gains, as I had everything installed together. I love the sound and performance, but that is just my opinion.



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Cool. Thanks man.

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I am going to get the Magnaflow X with high flow cats, also going to add remote dumps behind it. Loud when wanted, quiet when needed (stock mufflers).

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Did you notice any difference with the Catted xpipe?



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Haven't gotten them yet. I will though.
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Haven't gotten them yet. I will though.
How much of a differen do you think it will be over the stock H?


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I have this JBA h-pipe installed and Borla back. They all hooked up fine to stock cats/manifolds. I believe the high flow cats are the same size as stock, so they should line right up. I have the 3-to-2.75.

The h-pipe sounds real good and worth every penny. I recently installed JBA shorty headers, which improved sound and performance (smoother idle). Everything should line up just fine.


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That JBA mid pipe will not fit the stock headers. THe JBA is meant for Long Tubes and not shorties (Stock). i intially got the catted H pipe for a deep sound but ended swithing to the O/R X pipe and my car sounds like the THunder god around 2,300 RPMs.

Passing an inspection is the part you need to worry about. luckly for me i still have the catted JBA that i can swap in 30 minutes to take my car for inspection and then after, swap it back to the O/R X.

forgot to mention that the JBA ceramics with off road X and flowmaster Outlaws is a mean set up. Car is LOOOUUUDDD!
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I'm not sure, I'll let you know in June after my inspection is done. I think the Main thing will be smell and a little deeper tone. I guess dumping cats should free up some restriction.
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If you want sound and HP gains, than you need headers and that is Long Tubes friend. A simple catback will only make the car sound a a bit more aggresive and provide better exhaust flow, no noticible or no HP gains.

H-Pipe (catted or O/R) = deep rumble
X-Pipe (Catted) = raspy race car
X-Pipe (O/R) = Aggressive Raspy Race car

the best way to increase HP and BAD*** sound is to get Long Tubes with O/R xpipe. Trust me, you will love it over the H pipe. I bought the H pipe because i though raspy was too much and i ended up swithcing it out and i love it. With a proper tune, you are looking between 12 -20 HP gains with LT and O/R X pipe.

Don't waste your money, invest in a good exhaust. Kooks will be the way to go but my JBAs sound like my mustang is driven by lucifer.
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If you want sound and HP gains, than you need headers and that is Long Tubes friend. A simple catback will only make the car sound a a bit more aggresive and provide better exhaust flow, no noticible or no HP gains.

H-Pipe (catted or O/R) = deep rumble
X-Pipe (Catted) = raspy race car
X-Pipe (O/R) = Aggressive Raspy Race car

the best way to increase HP and BAD*** sound is to get Long Tubes with O/R xpipe. Trust me, you will love it over the H pipe. I bought the H pipe because i though raspy was too much and i ended up swithcing it out and i love it. With a proper tune, you are looking between 12 -20 HP gains with LT and O/R X pipe.

Don't waste your money, invest in a good exhaust. Kooks will be the way to go but my JBAs sound like my mustang is driven by lucifer.

I have borla stingers and I wanted. Little more power but want the deep tone to stay. I was thinking lethal performance h pipe. What do u think. Do u have a sound clip of your car. I also have a steeds cai and bama race tune. My Cervinis stalker body kit will be here tomorrow. And I have rtr 19"rims

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Long tubes are out of the question right now 😒
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I have borla stingers and I wanted. Little more power but want the deep tone to stay. I was thinking lethal performance h pipe. What do u think. Do u have a sound clip of your car. I also have a steeds cai and bama race tune. My Cervinis stalker body kit will be here tomorrow. And I have rtr 19"rims

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Long tubes are out of the question right now 😒
Borla Stingers and an H pipe sounds fantastic


I can't wait to hear it when I add the ARH headers
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