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    J-pipe V X-pipe

    Has anyone done any definative testing comapring the advantages (if any) of the X-pipe of the J-pipe?

    If so what are they (appart from not being able to run an 02 sensor)?

    Did a quick search but couldn't find anything.

    thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by Autosport View Post
    Has anyone done any definative testing comapring the advantages (if any) of the X-pipe of the J-pipe?

    If so what are they (appart from not being able to run an 02 sensor)?

    Did a quick search but couldn't find anything.

    thanks
    You can run an o2 either way. IMO the biggest benefit to running the 08 style is that it is water jacketed around the exhaust bell wich seems to keep it from melting.

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    I just switched my 06 over to the 08+ setup..I will let you know sunday...I will say the engine compartment cleans up nicely,and as far as a 02 sensor you will need to have your exhaust manifold drilled and tapped...

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    Thanks Snoman.... anyone else know performance wise ?

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    I coverted my 07 to 08 last year. Didn't notice any change in performance. Has deeper sound that sounds really good with thru hull.

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