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Does anyone run an H-Pipe?

Anybody here running an H-Pipe on their MN12 exhaust system?



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I'm running a flowmaster 2 1/2" dual in, dual out muffler now.
Its kinda loud.

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I'm running a flowmaster 2 1/2" dual in, dual out muffler now.
Its kinda loud.
Oh..Ok..

Is it just a straight through design..No baffles, or anything..

Like this:
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Its open, thats why its too loud.

You know what, I thing i'll take it to Fort Laud. Beach right now.

Its loud as f*&k.

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I had a h pipe for about a year. I prefer the sound of the x pipe a lot more.

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I had a h pipe for about a year. I prefer the sound of the x pipe a lot more.
On your Sport?



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Yes sir. Ive changed up my exhaust like 3 or 4 times.

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I had a h pipe for about a year. I prefer the sound of the x pipe a lot more.
Is your X-pipe louder than the H-Pipe was?



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A little. It made my exhaust sound like a completely different set up all together

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A little. It made my exhaust sound like a completely different set up all together
Thanks..

In what part of your exhaust did you have your H-Pipe?..Was it where the 3rd cat, or resonator would be?



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Yep, right after the trans.

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With my 05 Mustang GT, it was louder with the H-Pipe and sounded a bit meaner as well when compared to a X-Pipe.

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With my 05 Mustang GT, it was louder with the H-Pipe and sounded a bit meaner as well when compared to a X-Pipe.
Thanks for posting that video..

That H-Pipe sounds pretty damn good..

For comparison sake..I definitely hear the difference..

I wish I could hear that H-Pipe on a 5.0 HO MN12..5.0 Fox Mustangs don't exactly sound like a 5.0 MN12..

Considering how few active TCCoA members here actually have a 5.0 HO MN12..That's probably a bit too much to ask..



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With my 05 Mustang GT, it was louder with the H-Pipe and sounded a bit meaner as well when compared to a X-Pipe.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvBjesPpNT0
nice vid. Love the sound of that X pipe That's what I'll have on my car.
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h pipe

I was originally running a DIDO X over muffler on my dohc setup and had an H added in front of the muffler and it took out the rasp and crackle. Now it has a nice low crisp sound. H pipe for me all the way. I thought I read that H is better for torque and X is better for HP but don't quote me on that.
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