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Old 07-24-2014, 02:11 PM   #1
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Default Flowmaster 10, 0/r H, vs, o/r X

so I have a 2003 mustang GT and i'm going to put flowmaster 10 series on there, and i was wondering what mid pipe would sound best with the mufflers in your opinion!!!!!
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Old 07-24-2014, 02:46 PM   #2
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General consensus is:
H-Pipe = Muscle car sound
X-Pipe = More raspy NASCAR-like sound
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Old 07-24-2014, 04:46 PM   #3
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General consensus is:
H-Pipe = Muscle car sound
X-Pipe = More raspy NASCAR-like sound

Are one of the midpipes louder than the other??

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You're talking o/r here, so if I was to guess I would say both are equally loud. Will the X-pipe give you more gains? Yes. Will it be noticable over an H-pipe? No. Go with whatever sounds better to you.
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Good God that's going to be loud. My vote is for an MAC O/R H
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Good God that's going to be loud. My vote is for an MAC O/R H

Yea i keep hearing about how the mac o/r H is pretty cheap in price but still fits really well so you probably just sealed me on it
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You're talking o/r here, so if I was to guess I would say both are equally loud. Will the X-pipe give you more gains? Yes. Will it be noticable over an H-pipe? No. Go with whatever sounds better to you.

Alright, thanks for all the help!!
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