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      03-05-2013, 09:47 AM   #1
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Remus X-Pipe without the X?

I was looking for a Remus exhaust as part of my research and came across this xpipe from Remus which doesn't have "seem" to have an x-pipe section? Or is there a faint h-section stuck in the middle?

http://www.remus.eu/0891071000-racin...ldampfers.html

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I was looking for a Remus exhaust as part of my research and came across this xpipe from Remus which doesn't have "seem" to have an x-pipe section? Or is there a faint h-section stuck in the middle?

http://www.remus.eu/0891071000-racin...ldampfers.html

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The Pipe does have an H connector in the middle, yep.

Often an H-pipe is sufficient for Bolt on's including ECU and Muffler upgrades, and will still give you a great sound when paired up with their Muffler. REMUS went with the H-Pipe over the X-Pipe as their testing found minimal difference between the two when using N/A Bolt on Mods. FI applications will definitely see a benefit in using the X-Pipe design though.
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Thanks for clearing that up for me.

I wonder how it will sound different to an x pipe. My current xpipe is very raspy.
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