X-pipe versus H-pipe?

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  1. 67stang390

    67stang390 New Member

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    Tonight I'll be ordering either an X-pipe or an H-pipe. I'm looking at the offroad ones that Flowtech makes. I think I'm the only person with a 347 stroker and stock(that's right, all 4 cats) exhaust. Will the X-pipe make more power to justify it being $70 more? People say X-pipes sound more exotic, foreign car-like while H-pipes sound like a classic muscle car, is this about right? Opinions are fine but it would be great if someone would actually say "my car made 7 more horses at this RPM with an H-pipe over an X-pipe" or something factual like that. Thanks!
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    No hp facts but I think the difference in sound will be the main difference. X-pipes shouldn't have the exhaust drone at 2000 rpm's like the traditional h-pipe.
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    Interesting thread, thanks. Now I'm leaning more towards an X-pipe. I just don't understand why they cost more!

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