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This is a more expensive crossover, but works a little better. The X design allows the pressure to go form one pipe to another much easier by eliminating the 90° corner. The gasses have smooth bend to follow. X-pipes take up much more room which makes it harder to place them in the best location when ground clearance is a problem. When figuring the placement of the X pipe, measure the point where the pipes meet.
A colourless, odourless gas used in electric luminescent tubes to provide a bright light. Xenon is often used in timing lights because it produces enough light to use in daylight.
This is the turbo charge model of the 89-94 Capri. XR standing for Experimental Racing, 2 standing for the second racing version vehicle by Mercury.
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