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H-pipe or X-pipe ?

This is a discussion on H-pipe or X-pipe ? within the Exhaust forums, part of the Performance category; What do you prefer and why?...

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    H-pipe or X-pipe ?


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    What do you prefer and why?

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    Re: H-pipe or X-pipe ?

    I have an H-pipe....I heard the sound of an X-pipe and H-pipe on my truck and the H-pipe was deeper, so I got that.

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    Re: H-pipe or X-pipe ?

    Quote Originally Posted by jordankaden View Post
    I have an H-pipe....I heard the sound of an X-pipe and H-pipe on my truck and the H-pipe was deeper, so I got that.
    Depends on application.

    H Pipe = Low End Torque

    X Pipe = High End Horsepower
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    Re: H-pipe or X-pipe ?

    i like the x pipe personally. i think they look better under the truck and they perform better as well.
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    Re: H-pipe or X-pipe ?

    as for where your exaust is running, most send both pipes down the passenger side then i would put a X in.

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    Re: H-pipe or X-pipe ?

    Quote Originally Posted by 1BadZ71Tahoe View Post
    Depends on application.

    H Pipe = Low End Torque

    X Pipe = High End Horsepower
    X2

    The higher revving engines like X pipes, such as LSx engines.

    The Low end engines like mine do better with H pipes.
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    Re: H-pipe or X-pipe ?

    h sound better and deeper x pipe give it a ****ty dodge sound

 

 

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