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This sounds amazing! Was this with the 23 ford racing x pipe ?
 


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Did you do the installation yourself? I am guessing you have to cut off the existing h pile?
 
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Did you do the installation yourself? I am guessing you have to cut off the existing h pile?
Correct, and yes, you would. It’s not really an H-pipe, technically. It’s more like a very large suitcase that muffles and restricts the sound. If you replace it with an actual H-Pipe and or X-Pipe then you will save some moderate weight and gain a more natural sound. Not to mention you will actually gain a little power not restricting the airflow- especially in this car.
 

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We can't do those things here unfortunately and if you do without papers, say goodbye to your car....
 

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Correct, and yes, you would. It’s not really an H-pipe, technically. It’s more like a very large suitcase that muffles and restricts the sound. If you replace it with an actual H-Pipe and or X-Pipe then you will save some moderate weight and gain a more natural sound. Not to mention you will actually gain a little power not restricting the airflow- especially in this car.
You'd also gain highway drone as well.
 
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Pretty sure drone was the #1 complaint when installing an X or H pipe, but I could be mistaken.
Yeah, I don't doubt it for some. For sure a possibility depending on who does the install and which application you go with. That is part of the reason for the resonator in the first place but I can say, from experience, after driving the car for a week with and without the x-pipe I didn't experience a difference in dB or NVH.
 

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Yeah, I don't doubt it for some. For sure a possibility depending on who does the install and which application you go with. That is part of the reason for the resonator in the first place, but I can say, from experience, After driving the car for a week with and without the x-pipe I didn't experience a difference in dB or NVH.
Good to know. I'm coming from an EV and am interested in an H-pipe so this is all new to me haha
 
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Good to know. I'm coming from an EV and am interested in an H-pipe so this is all new to me haha
H-pipe would be a good choice then to keep it as natural as possible and would be less likely to gain any drone! X-Pipe can be a little more raspy, can alter that note a little and definitely have those backdraft situations.
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