Magnaflow Tru-X Pipes Customer Reviews
42 Customer Reviews
Discover one of the easiest ways to milk some extra power out of your engine. The Magnaflow Tru-X Pipe replaces traditional H-pipe crossover designs with a more refined section that enhances flow.
The Magnaflow Tru-X Pipe represents a significant step forward in exhaust design. The secret is the precision-bent and welded pipe angles, which are less abrupt than an H-pipe. With a more wide-open path, the Tru-X Pipe encourages power-inducing scavenging, yet it reduces unwanted noise levels—the best of both worlds.
Magnaflow makes the Tru-X Pipe to last, too. Everything is custom-fabricated for your vehicle from 400 series stainless steel that resists corrosion for years. Beyond quality materials, your Magnaflow Tru-X Pipe boasts a Lifetime Warranty, too.
42 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Wissam A (MILWAUKEE, WI) Reviewed for a 2006 Pontiac GTO — May 30, 2013 6:44 PM
I appreciate the idea of having the exhaust parts individually not as a whole kit that might cost higher price. Anyways, an X-pipe alone will not make that noticeable performance but you would notice a change in the exhaust sound if you used to pay an attention to your vehicle's sound.
Reviewed by James L (El Sobrante, CA) — Oct 29, 2012 4:09 PM
I bought this on recommendation from a friend. I thought I was going to get a louder sound through my flowmasters. I understand that they are different brands, but I was told that having this installed would result in a louder sound. It is louder some what, but not as much as I hoped. For the price that I paid it would be worth it to buy it and have it installed though.
Reviewed by Michael N (Mesa, AZ) Reviewed for a 1994 Chevy Corvette — Jul 28, 2012 1:07 PM
The Magnaflow Tru-X pipe DOES make performanc difference in my 1994 LT1 Corvette. A good addition with the rest of my mods. A little more torque with resonator out, straight pipe to x-pipe and out to Magnaflow Perf. Mufflers.
Reviewed by Richard A (Newport, MI) — Jun 13, 2012 4:15 AM
Will not fit original placement on 09 dodge charger R/T to tight also it's a 2.25 in for Charger not 2.5in I removed the suitcase muffler and left on the resonators, sounds ok but I will be removing the resonators and installing flowmaster super 44, will try and fit them in where the resonators are.
Reviewed by jacob c (Vicksburg, MS) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Silverado — May 31, 2011 11:48 PM
I must say that this x pipe helped me have better engine flow in my exhaust and even out the tone. I also bought the flowmaster super 40 series along with it and a K&N air filter all i bought from Autoanything yall have the best prices and customer service! In the mid to high RPM range you can notice power and torque within the powerband! If you want more power for cheap then this is what you need! Thnaks again autoanything will be buying more products and love the fast free shipping!
Reviewed by Carlos R (San Fernando, CA) — Jan 05, 2011 9:27 AM
Thanks to autoanything my truck sounds like it should the customer service was the best and the pricing was the best i could find my 02 f150 harley supercharged now has even better low torque i recommend this product and auto anything
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Asked by Anonymous
Oct 10, 2013 11:07 AM
2013 Ford F-150
Where does this attach to?
Answered by Nathan S. — Oct 10, 2013 12:31 PM
Hi, This X-pipe attaches to the exhaust system after the catalytic converters on cars and trucks with dual exhaust systems. Also, it will require custom fabrication and welding to mount it to your truck.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Sep 03, 2013 10:27 PM
2008 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
If I install this x pipe do I have to remove the secondary cats or silencers?? Also I'm from CA, would it be fine when I do the smog check?? Does anybody know? Thank you!!
Answered by Nathan S. — Sep 04, 2013 7:24 AM
Hi, If you install the x-pipe before the cats, or remove the secondary cats, you won't pass smog.flag Accept Answer
Asked by darren z.
Aug 10, 2012 12:22 AM
2008 GMC Sierra
purchased my 08 sierra 5.3 with true duals already installed. both pipes welded just after the cats with no xover at all. the drivers side pipe is much longer because of the run. now that ive had the truck a while i notice worse mpg than other 5.3's and poor low end power. great power in high rpms, but i dont really drive it like that. also less exhast pressure out of the left pipe. 2.25 inch pipes. looking for more low end and better mpg. is this a solution or should i have the ypipe reinstalled and start over?
Asked by Shawn M.
Apr 05, 2012 11:39 PM
1999 Jeep Cherokee
I want to take my 1999 Jeep from a single exhaust to dual exhaust. Would this part work or would there be more to it than that?
Answered by Nathan S. — May 03, 2012 11:49 AM 2009 Honda Civic
This is a good start, but it sounds like you would have to fabricate an exhaust system to connect to the x-pipe. You might want to look into either a pre-fabricated Flowmaster or Magnaflow kit. Just keep in mind, sometimes its better to stay with a single exhaust depending on your application. You will lose power if your engine cant fill the volume of your exhaust system. If you have an inline 6, go with a 2 1/2" system an no bigger. If you have a V8, dual 2 1/4" pipes tends to be plenty exhaust for most stock systems.flag Accept Answer