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      02-10-2008, 02:48 PM   #1
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X-Pipe in E92 will cut rasp?

Ok, I have been messing around with exhausts systems lately and I would like a little more sound. Right now you can read this thread (or at least the first few posts) to catch up. My question is; I have been told that having an X pipe installed in my cat-back system will cut down on rasp when (and if) I install glasspack mufflers to make it louder, do you think this is true? I am not doubting the person who told me this, I would just like some more feedback. Thanks!

Here is the link to the other thread

http://www.n54tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=433

here is what it sounds like right now

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look up member RRGOO7. he has a full custom turboback with an x pipe and it sounds sick. no rasp at all.
 
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look up member RRGOO7. he has a full custom turboback with an x pipe and it sounds sick. no rasp at all.
yeah we go to the meets together, but he has catless DPs and I won't. I'm assuming it would be even less of a chance of rasp if I keep my stock Dps.

We actually got our custom exhausts done at the same place! thanks!
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Straight through resonators will be the best thing that you can do to cut down on the rasp. Guaranteed.
What's the difference between a straight thru resonator and a straight-through muffler? Can a muffler be used as a resonator?
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