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Old 09-01-2013, 08:02 PM   #1
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I am looking to get an O/R H-pipe for my 5.0, which ones will work with the stock headers and the Borla cat-back system?
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Umm, all of them?
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You will need a tune. Your signature doesn't say if you have one.
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I do have a tune currently, a Bama 91 race tune. which brand O/R H-pipe would you guys recommend?
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Sub'ing for more info.
In the market for an H Pipe as well.
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Lethal Performance has what you guys are looking for. I had one and it fit perfect.
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Lethal Performance has what you guys are looking for. I had one and it fit perfect.
Awesome! thank you. =)
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You will need a tune. Your signature doesn't say if you have one.
No tune necessary except to turn off the rear O2 sensors.

OP: Go to any of the many sponsor websites and look on there. There are plenty of choices and they pretty much all work fine. I prefer the Prochamber over the H myself. Go to YouTube and listen to clips, see what you like, though the sound is more in the different mufflers rather than the different midpipes, aside from the difference between catted vs O/R and H vs X vs Prochamber, different brands mostly sound similar.
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No tune necessary unless you want to turn off the rear O2 sensors.

OP: Go to any of the many sponsor websites and look on there. There are plenty of choices and they all work fine. I prefer the Prochamber over the H myself.
Oh really? And what about the COT feature that must be dealt with on the 2011+ cars? It MUST be addressed.
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