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First Official sound clip of the Lethal Performance exclusive Corsa DOUBLE HH pipe!

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  1. Tom@Lethal

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    HERE WE GO! Check out some quick clips from our YouTube channel of #logiebear's 2020 Mustang GT equipped with our NEW (and exclusive) Corsa Performance HH-pipe setup paired with their 2018+ Active Exhaust. #TeamLethal

    What do you think?!
     
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    Sounds great to be fair but not much difference from my mishimoto H, difficult to judge even with headphones.
     
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    Sounds good, I like it in Normal mode the best, but I dont hear a lot of difference between Normal, Sport, and Track, at least not on crappy laptop speakers.

    What will the HH pipe sound like on a stock NON-active exhaust? I have a 2015 and I don't want it to be too loud, I am looking for a more mellow deep burbling tone. I have been going back and forth looking at all the different cat-backs or just starting with an H-pipe resonator delete. Then this comes along! So will a double H-pipe give me more of that low rumble than a single H?
     
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