X or H-pipes

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Now for a v6 which is better, a X or a H pipe?

And where would a good place to get it at?
 

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yea ive been looking at them and a couple of other brands.

i also have another question. will a GT H-pipe from aftermarket brands work or is it to wide and the collector conection area?
 

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you have never ending questions dont you :hammer: to be honest Im not that good on V-6 stuff so I hate to tell you and then me be wrong and look like a dumb ass. Im sure some of the other guys will be able to tell you what you want to know.
 

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yea i have alot of questions but right now im just on the exhaust area right now.
i have a catalog right here with H-pipes for like $170 with out cats
 

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Matt94GT said:
a GT pipe wont fit a v6 i dont think? try asking in the v6 section...? i would say a x pipe might sound better on a v6...but really havent heard either in person.
yea i need a H-pipe or a X-pipe for the GT take-offs im getting from a friend of mine.
im thinking a H would sound ok but its the mufflers that make the sound come out
 

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Matt94GT said:
a GT pipe wont fit a v6 i dont think? i would say a x pipe might sound better on a v6...but really havent heard either in person.


matt this is the v-6 section :hammer: oppp matt changed his post (he must have noticed this is the v-6 area) :rollinglaugh:
 

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:lol: he did change it and if you look in my post you can see the original post
 

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An x-pipe will give more of a racing sound, raspy, higher pitched.

A h-pipe will give you more of a muscle car sound.

Now it wont exactly sound like a muscle car since we have sixers, but i just used that as an example.
 

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Snakebit said:
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yep ;D ;D must have been a long weekend for the big guy :rollinglaugh:

haha yeah pretty much.

I know what you mean :drunk:................. :puke:

same here but hey at least for me it was fun at times..



i think i would go with the H-pipe

now what about true duals..with not connecting pipe?
 

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ok like an H for an example you have the middle peice connecting the two main pipes.

its either mac or bbk that makes them
 

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oh yea, mac I know has the full line of exhaust for your 6 mid pipes cat back.........
 

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yea i just want something that would sound good and make a reasonable amount of power
 

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I have Holcomb Motorsports catalog in front of me now.........there is a full line of compontents for your car. Long-tube headers / off road or catted H pipes and of course the true fit cat back exhaust.
 

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yea i have a racer walsh, holcomb, all kinds of catalogs looking through for parts and what not
 

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