I actually felt more low end response, when I went from "Y" to "X" pipe.post a thread in the "regional" section that you live in.
Some guys will give stock systems away (especially if taking up valuable garage real estate) or for very little $$$.
True duals most peeps complained of loss of low end torque
Dual look (one in/two out muffler) is how lots have gone with great success
Thanks! I was watching a show on speed TV called Gearz, and they did this segment on Heartthrob Exhaust This is a company based in MN, and there products are supposed to be second to none. According to this segment i was watching, this company has been in business for 35 years now, owns there own DYNO, and custom builds exhaust and DYNO tests every design they sell. My point is, :browsmiley: they DYNO tested a SRT Challenger, and picked up 44HP on the DYNO, with an "H" pipe put into place over the stock exhaust setup. This is amazing, and was backed up with 3 runs, (Download their PDF catalog shows 3rd DYNO Run) so it cant be a fluke. I was wondering what an "H" pipe design might do for a SE? The Standard "Y" design IMO is flawed, and should be changed for max performance, as long as you stay within the 2.25 pipe diameter.thats good news :bigthumb: