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Right now im running a off road x pipe with flowmaster. Flowmasters are restricted mufflers right? So then that gives me some back pressure since i have no cats right?? Well im soon going to put on a bassani cat-back wich are not restricted mufflers right??? So is that going to hurt me by not having any back pressure or will i still have some or will it feel the same? Do you reccomend i get a high flow x? I know when i put the o/r x on i felt a loss of torque so am i going to feel a even more loss with my new catback?

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All mufflers will have some restriction. Difference between Flowmasters and a lot of others is they're chambered vs straight through. I wouldn't anticipate you'll feel any difference with the new mufflers.
 

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All mufflers will have some restriction. Difference between Flowmasters and a lot of others is they're chambered vs straight through. I wouldn't anticipate you'll feel any difference with the new mufflers.

Would you reccomend i go high flow x or keep it as a o/r x (performace wise)
 
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