X-Pipe vs. H-Pipe, What is Better for Your Exhaust System?

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    • Hey Sam,

      That actually comes more from engine tuning than the type of exhaust you have. That crackle and pop you hear on cars like the Focus RS is from fuel being dumped into the cylinders off throttle, resulting in it combusting in the exhaust system instead. This is done purposely from the factory just for this effect. Cars running a rich tune (low air/fuel ratio) will have a similar effect. An exhaust system with a lot of flow will help magnify this effect, but a X or H pipe won’t get you there.

      Hope this helps!
      Garrett

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