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302_Mustang 05-26-2013 08:15 PM

Mac Pro-Chamber H Pipe VS Regular H Pipe
 
I've been looking around and I'll probably be getting an H-pipe since I have flowmasters. My current set up is all stock except welded in Flowmasters. I was wondering which one would be louder of the 2 and would there be much difference? Also have a few more general questions. Does brand of H pipe or X Pipe effect sound? Is the difference between o/r H and o/r with flowmasters day and night?

Thanks,

302_Mustang 05-26-2013 08:24 PM

Meant by asking Is the Difference between o/r H and o/r X with flowmasters huge? and last question i forgot to mention, if i buy a Catted H pipe with high flow cats would there be a huge sound increase over the stock H?

Seabee1993 05-26-2013 09:50 PM

With cats would muffle the sound, hence why they say O/R H or X is not for street use=louder. Less restriction will equal louder note, however, there are several parameters that will change that, manufacturer, material used, etc.
Now what is your goal? Loud, raspy, or more of a muscle car sound? What series FM's do you have?
I won't be that guy to tell you what brand to buy. Your best bet is you tube and search different combinations.
I personally want a Mac P/C, but just haven't had the dinero or the time to put towards it.

302_Mustang 05-26-2013 10:12 PM

I want more muscle car sound but some rasp, it's hard to explain. But as for the model I'm not too sure I just bought the car less than a week ago and haven't had the chance to look at them yet buy most likely will be Flomaster 40s. I had tried going on YouTube but cameras really alter the way they sound in person than in video. I saw one video of the prochamber that sounded nice and loud but another that was a little too quiet

Seabee1993 05-27-2013 08:41 AM

I don't think you're going to be able to accomplish both. Maybe a Mac Pro chamber with pypes violators. They are naturally raspy mufflers, it's something that you will have to make your own decision. I'm a first time owner, and not as experienced as some folks on here.
I have FM super 44's and they sound perfect to me, AM also have video clips too, and try can give you an idea as well.


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