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    Why an H pipe and not an X?

    1991 Crown Victoria LTD, Puff the Magik Dragon


      Why would he need an X pipe? It costs more money and unless you're pumping out high HP numbers, you won't see a difference when using an H-pipe.

      '85 2-Door Crown Victoria
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        Originally posted by 91 LTD
        Why an H pipe and not an X?
        Cheaper, and not much of a difference at low HP levels.
        Builder/Owner of Badass Panther Wagons

        Busy maintaining a fleet of Fords