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Dynomax ultra flo x vs. regular x pipe

I found this today and it seems like an elegant way to reduce exhaust components and save some money and space: Dynomax Ultra Flo X



My question is, would it make a proper substitute for a real x pipe if installed at the correct location? Thanks

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I found this today and it seems like an elegant way to reduce exhaust components and save some money and space: Dynomax Ultra Flo X



My question is, would it make a proper substitute for a real x pipe if installed at the correct location? Thanks
Talk about low hanging fruit! This should work if you have enough ground clearance, given most X pipes tend to get rather close to the pavement.

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Thanks Bogie, It's for a 1/2 ton pickup and I think it will tuck up in the frame. I was just wondering if it would function the same (scavenge), seeing as how it is full of holes
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