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Hello guys, this will actually be my first post here but I've got a question for the 2010 4.0L v6 owners here.
Upgrading from the single Y-Pipe to a dual exhaust what is the best route to go for a deeper more satisfying tone. I'm not looking into getting an X-Pipe because it's too raspy for my taste. Looking more at either an H-Pipe (catted) or getting Divorced Duals.
I'd just like to get some input from some people about what they like and their experiences with them. Thanks in advance!
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I also have a divorced duals setup and I'm very happy with it.
I opted to go with 2.25" piping to match what the Ford engineers chose from the cats on out -- more efficient exhaust velocity but not quite as deep a tone. I initially had 2.5" for the duals before switching to the 2.25" size, and with an auto it made a difference with low rpm torque.
2009 Vista Blue V6 Premium w/Pony Package
Auto, 8.8 w/3.73 T-Lok, AM/Bama 91 Tune, BBK CAI, Duals, and some exterior and underhood styling.
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