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my 02 is bone stock. I just got a B&B billet cat back big dual tip.

My question is, from everyones experience from the sound or fitment, what would be the best X-pipe to run with? thanks
 

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Boy your an early bird My Whip. Some one will wake up and give us an answer later.:D
 

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I not running an aftermarket X-pipe. With out it you get a popping /cackling on deceleration. Personally I like the sound, sort of reminiscent of the s 60's muscle cars
 

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Boy your an early bird My Whip. Some one will wake up and give us an answer later.:D
well, i would consider it a late bird. since i was just going to bed at that time. I usually up that late. but usually not as late as that.
no rest for the wicked.:devil:
 

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my 02 is bone stock. I just got a B&B billet cat back big dual tip.

My question is, from everyones experience from the sound or fitment, what would be the best X-pipe to run with? thanks
All x-pipes that aren't for headers should be fine in your ride. X-pipes do indeed make a difference in both sound quality and flow... but I doubt there is much sound difference between various x-pipes... as the design is just two pipes with an "x".

So stick with a name brand, and just find the best price.:thumbsup:
 
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