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will straight pipes grant more power?

I have an 08. exhaust wise i have an mjs performance cat delete mid pipe, and a two bros exhaust, stock header. the two bros looks to be a straight through design with some resonation. I want to get 3 tips welded on the end in a trianglular fashion, and yes, i know it will be loud. But if i do this, i want to be sure i wont lose power. anyone have any insight on this? and oh yea, I'm installing a bazzaz and going to tune it soon
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i felt like I posted it in the wrong section -_-
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if i do this, i want to be sure i wont lose power

Putting aside whether straight pipes are a good or bad thing (we all have our opinions I know!) you'll be very hard pressed to do anything like that and gain or lose much. It won't be noticeable as long as you don't do anything stupid with pipe diameter.

Just but some decent earplugs too, you're going to need them!

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