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best H & X pipe for mustang GT's 94-95 ???

i had to take off my MAC o/r H pipe,due to a very bad condition and i want to buy a new one, but i want to know wich is the one that performs and sounds the BEST as well as costs any recommendations from one of u mustang lovers out there ???

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Nothing sound better on a 5.0 then a set of flows and an o/r h. Mac is pretty cheap price wise and decent quality.
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hey this is what I have and I like it http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/94-95...QQcmdZViewItem

95/5.0 Long tube headers, xpipe, flowmasters, with dumps, 9mm plugg wires, msd cap and rotor, 70mm tb, trick flow intake manifold, under drive pullys, smog elim kit. summit coil, subframe connectors, summit double roller timing chain, and a cam not sure what for cam bc it was in the car when i purchesed it!




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but this is for longtube headers and i got shorty... well i think i'll just buy the mac o/r H-pipe again i really liked the sound of it, but i wanted to hear any other recommendations on other H-pipes...
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hey this is what I have and I like it http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/94-95...QQcmdZViewItem

2012 Mustang Gt track pack - stock for now
1994 Mustang GT - not stock
2004 Lancer Evolution 8 RS - 455whp 362tq sold
2003 Dodge Neon SRT4 - 280whp 302tq sold
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o ya my bad. LOL

95/5.0 Long tube headers, xpipe, flowmasters, with dumps, 9mm plugg wires, msd cap and rotor, 70mm tb, trick flow intake manifold, under drive pullys, smog elim kit. summit coil, subframe connectors, summit double roller timing chain, and a cam not sure what for cam bc it was in the car when i purchesed it!




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Well it's either performs better or sounds better, your not going to get both. The X out performs the H, the H has a deeper musclecar sound.

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Well it's either performs better or sounds better, your not going to get both. The X out performs the H, the H has a deeper musclecar sound.
oooo!!! well i think i'll go with the H-pipe again. thank u so much to all answearing my question

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I had Mac shorties whit an h pipe, and flowmasters, sounds great, and it was not much expensive!

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I have BBK 1 5/8 unequal length shorties, 2.5 inch offroad x pipe, with flowmaster 2.5 inch american thunder catback and it sounds great!

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I have a H pipe with FMS headers and Borla exhaust and my cars sounds bitchin.

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An X-pipe will give you bang for your buck, An H-pipe will just make it sound like have some oomph.

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