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Old 09-27-2013, 09:41 PM
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The way our system is set up it has to meet and run down the passenger side underbody because the fuel tank is in the way on the driver side. The reason you don't see much talk about an x-pipe is because it's typically easier to join into 1 pipe and run a 1-in 2-out muffler than run an x-pipe, and a 2-in 2-out muffler.

Now, my system and a few other guys with higher performance run true duals that still run down the passenger side, but it's very crowded trying to install 2 straight-flow mufflers into that small space before the axle, or run a 2-in-2-out muffler, but they rarely ever have good flow characteristics.
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