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What is the difference in h pipes, brand to brand? Pypes, Pacesetter, JBA, Summit Racing, etc.? What affect do the different brands have on sound? I know the difference between a shorty and a regular (LTs vs shorty/stock headers), but I'm confused as to if there is any difference from brand to brand... I am looking for the deepest tone, already have Mac axle back. I know I want off road, just unsure which brand would be best.
 

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Material and cost are about the only real differences, as far as sound one h pipe wont really differ from the next. I have a pypes h pipe and couldn't be happier with it
 

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Know anything about Boost Brothers headers and h pipe? Found a great deal (I think) on a used set... Skeptical, because I have never heard of them.
 

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Read an old thread that said that they have to be dented in several places to fit. Think I will pass on them.
 

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Like the sound from a Prochamber (YouTube clips, never heard in person), but love the sound from a O/R h pipe. So deep!!
 

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Like the sound from a Prochamber (YouTube clips, never heard in person), but love the sound from a O/R h pipe. So deep!!
Prochamber is deeper I believe.
 

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I thought it was H pipe>prochamber>x pipe as far as deepness. Read that on one of the forums.
 

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Idk I just installed a prochamber on my buddies Bullitt and my o/r h is deeper and less raspy. Before his car I'd never heard a prochamber in person.
 

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^^^That's what I've heard/read.
 

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Thanks. Hadn't heard about Jegs having them.
 
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