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2010 GT O/R X Pipe or H pipe?

I want to order a mid pipe but not sure which one is better. Just trying to see what ya'll would get.


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X gives more HP but more rasp. about an 6-8hp gain. H is deeper more old school.


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H won't give an real hp but i don't like the sound of the X and 8hp isn't anything you would feel anyway.

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if you dont have any other mods like LT headers, Cam or FI, there is really no HP differences with an OR X or H. Maybe 1-2 HP.

Any OR mid pipe will sound different depending on your axle backs. X will be more raspy than H. However paired with a good axleback, you might find that sweet sound you are looking for.

Generally speaking, a chambered axleback will sound better with an H , and a straght through axleback will wound meaner with an X , however there are some exceptions.

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I want to order a mid pipe but not sure which one is better. Just trying to see what ya'll would get.
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