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Anyone out there actually gone with an O/R X-pipe with Pype Bombs and stuck with it?
I am probably going to give it a try this weekend and doesnt seem like it will take long to change it back if I dont like it. Currently I am using the splice in x and have the legs sitting in my garage just staring at me.
Also, am I looking at a performance gain from these or are we talking just a noise change?
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I have the O/R X with Pype Bombs and can't stand it. Too loud, too much vibration etc. Cops notice me everywhere and I can't even take off from a stoplight without everyone thinking I am trying to race them.
I am keeping the O/R X pipe and putting stock GT/CS mufflers on it. Hopefully it will sound good. I will probably sell my Pype Bombs after that.
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