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Old 05-29-2003, 19:24   #1 (permalink)
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Question Bassani X-pipe

I just purchased a Bassani X-pipe w/cats, & was wondering a couple things about it. I've been doing a lot of research, but I want to know some first hand experiences.

1st) How much horsepower am I looking at from this X-pipe application? I decided on the X w/high flow cats, because I live in Chicago and have emission testing. I was told that since these cats are hi-flow (unlike factory cats) there will be very little difference in hp from the o/r x-pipe.

2) How will that X-pipe sound once it's applied? I am ordering a Magnaflow Cat-back system soon. I am going for a louder but not obnoxious sound. I'd like it to be throaty, but loud, yet not too raspy. I ALSO WANT the Horsepower gains from Magnaflow
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