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Time to beat a dead horse, AGAIN!

I'm about to put on a set of long tubes and h-pipe, problem is I can't decide on o/r or catted. Luckily I don't have to worry about emissions inspection and performance is what I'm after. I'm keeping my SLP loudmouth axle back so I need to know if o/r is the way to go or is catted the way to go. Stage3 Performance has a JBA long tube and mid pipe package but I can't decide on the mid pipe. Any input? Maybe links to a sound clip of a similar set up?


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I'm about to put on a set of long tubes and h-pipe, problem is I can't decide on o/r or catted. Luckily I don't have to worry about emissions inspection and performance is what I'm after. I'm keeping my SLP loudmouth axle back so I need to know if o/r is the way to go or is catted the way to go. Stage3 Performance has a JBA long tube and mid pipe package but I can't decide on the mid pipe. Any input? Maybe links to a sound clip of a similar set up?
If you're keeping the LMs I'd recommend catted. The trumpeting is horrible with an O/R X.


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I plan on staying with an h-pipe, its not to bad with the LMs. Guess catted is the way to go, its just so much more expensive.

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