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Old 03-04-2014, 06:10 PM   #1
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Down pipes + Axelback

Does an aftermarket axelback(SLP) fits with an aftermarket x pipe without changing the exhaust pipe over the axels??
I heard that X-H pipes fit perfectly into catbacks, but I have no idea if down pipes fit with axelback perfectly.
Anyone??
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Does an aftermarket axelback(SLP) fits with an aftermarket x pipe without changing the exhaust pipe over the axels??
I heard that X-H pipes fit perfectly into catbacks, but I have no idea if down pipes fit with axelback perfectly.
Anyone??
Hey,

Good question, this is a common problem a lot of people run into when building their S197s.

The aftermarket mid pipe will be a direct fit replacement for your existing mid pipe, and the aftermarket axle back will be a direct fit replacement for your current mufflers. With this being said you will be able to bolt both of these to the over axle portion with no problems as far as fitment goes.

However, as far as flow rates go you will have a free flowing mid pipe, going into a constrictive factory over axle section. This set up will be functional, and still give you horsepower gains, but it is not the ideal set up. Ideally you want the exhaust to flow as freely as possible from header to tailpipe. This will produces the best flow rates and give you the most power gains.

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Thank you.
What if I want to get the maximum air flow? How to obtain it? Do I have to change the over axle portion?
Again, thank you for your time sir.
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Thank you.
What if I want to get the maximum air flow? How to obtain it? Do I have to change the over axle portion?
Again, thank you for your time sir.
Not a problem at all, that is why we are here.

If I'm assuming properly, it sounds that you already have an axle back system and want to get a mid pipe in the near future. If that is the case, then yes, to achieve the best results, you would want to get the mid pipe and the over axle piping.

The over axle pipes can sometimes be hard to come by, though. So what a lot of people wind up doing is getting a cat-back system, and sell either their used system, or sell the axle back portion of whatever system they buy.

If you go directly through some of the manufacturers, they are usually happy to sell you just the over axle pipes. If my assumption is correct, this is probably the easiest and most logical solution in your case.

I hope this helps, and if you have any other questions don't hesitate to let me know. Good luck!

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Thanks a lot Dan..and yea I've got an SLP axelback looking forward for a corsa X pipe...thanks a lot for the help.
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