Specific Exhaust Question; Steeda H-Pipe mated to Roush Axle-Back?

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    Is there anyone that has tried the combination of the Steeda H-Pipe with the Roush Axle-back? I am looking for the lower tone that the Steeda H-pipe provides along with the crackling sound the Roush tends to provide. I don't want the traditional high pitch (race car) sound that you get with the Roush H-pipe when mated to the Roush Axle-back.
     
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    I realistically can't see how you're goint to hear any difference between the different vendors h-pipes mated with the Roush axl back. X-pipe, yes, but not an h-pipe. I have the Mishimoto h-pipe with Roush axl back and its pretty deep sounding and very loud.
     
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    That's what I was hoping to hear. I am hoping the Roush Axle-back doesn't make the sound raspy. I know their x pipe does.

     
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