I currently have a BBK Off Road H-Pipe with 2 chamber 40 series flowmasters. I've been thinking about switching to the single chamber 10 series flowmasters. My questions is what difference in sound can I expect if I change the mid pipe as well to an off-road X-pipe as opposed to the off-road H. My understanding is the H has a deeper tone and the X is a louder more raspy sound? Any advice you can provide would be greatly appreciated.
Asked by Jeff A. from San Bruno | Comment 0 0
You are exactly right. The h-pipe will yield a deeper smoother tone, where the x-pipe will have a more exotic raspier sound. I would hop on youtube and search for 5.0 offroad x-pipe and h-pipe, and that should give you some sound clips to help with your decision.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 1 0
I've got a 90 gt bone stock looking into what mid pipe to get don't want it to loud had plenty of stangs before but never had one with an x pipe. Plan on going with the dynomax ultra flow ss cat back. Which should I choose h pipe or x pipe?
Asked by Matt D. from conover | Comment 0 0
Eliminating the cats will definitely make the car louder. As for an X or an H pipe, that will depend on what sound you are looking for. The H pipe tends to have a deeper smoother tone, where the X pipe will have a raspier more exotic tone if that makes any sense. I would recommend hopping on youtube and listen to some sound clips to determine which suits your taste best.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
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