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Best sounding mufflers with bassani x-pipe?

What are the best sounding mufflers with a bassani x-pipe? Right now i have flowmasters but want a deeper tone without needing to buy an h-pipe thanks


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Within a reasonable price the Mac FlowPaths!
The price for Borla Stingers etc.. is simply Ridiculous!!


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My favorites with an X-Pipe:

original Magnaflows, not the Magnapacks
Borla's Turbo Style muffler
Bassani

Favorites with an H-Pipe:

Mac Flowpaths
Flowmaster 10 series
Hooker AeroChambers

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straight pipe's i honestly loved it better than my flowmaster 40's

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OP DON'T put straight pipes on your car, leave that to the rusted out pickup truck drivers!!

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MPH Powerpipe,ProCharger BPV,
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straight pipe's i honestly loved it better than my flowmaster 40's
guess u ain't got cops near u or u like not goin over 1000 rpm's when they r within a mile of ya...

ps drocks which flows do you have??? the 50's r the quiet ones the 45's r deeper sounding the 40's r a little louder than the 45's and allot more than the 50's and the 10's well your almost @ straight pipes @ wot, just a little quieter @ part throttle....

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on the stock catted H its not to loud

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Magnaflows sound great with x-pipes. Not the magnapack, the standard ones.

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i really like my flowmaster super 44s.
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I like my borlas they are deep and sound great

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+1 on straightpipes.

check out mustangexhaust.com. they have all different exhaust combos that you can check out. each will have a different sound, just pick the one that you like the best.

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i really like my flowmaster 44's
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