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Old 06-20-2013, 10:51 PM   #1
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pypes X pipe

So I just bought a pypes x pipe that will hook up to my stock manifold
They go for 200, I got it from a guy locally for 150..

Good buy ?
How good is Pypes ?

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Let's say in the box, never used also !
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So I just bought a pypes x pipe that will hook up to my stock manifold
They go for 200, I got it from a guy locally for 150..

Good buy ?
How good is Pypes ?

---------- Post added at 09:51 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:50 PM ----------

Let's say in the box, never used also !
Well you saved money. So I'd say good buy lol
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Have you installed yet?
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No I have not
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That's what my bullitt had on it when I bought it idk how fit ment is but it looks good
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Pypes can sometimes be a real pain to get to fit my violators had to be bent different. Other people have had no problems with them.
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I really hope its not one of the Pypes products where those geniuses had the O2 bungs facing straight down. Pypes has their stuff made out of cheap stainless steel somewhere in the swamps of China. Now I know a LOT of stuff is made in China (actually most stuff it seems) but the Pypes stuff is especially notorious for having fitment and quality issues.

With that said, you might have a pipe that fits perfectly and have 0 issues and even if you have problems it isn't something a local shop can't fix cheaply.
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I have pupes h pipe and have 0 problems with it. It was $194 so you are saving money. Because brand new like you said is $200 so if you get anything other than pypes brand new its gonna be $250ish maybe more. I say chance it. It's not like there is a whole bunch of pieces to the x pipe so fit should be fine.

A lot of problems comes from cat backs they have more connecting pieces.
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I have pupes h pipe and have 0 problems with it. It was $194 so you are saving money. Because brand new like you said is $200 so if you get anything other than pypes brand new its gonna be $250ish maybe more. I say chance it. It's not like there is a whole bunch of pieces to the x pipe so fit should be fine.

A lot of problems comes from cat backs they have more connecting pieces.
Thanks everyone, which me luck with the fitment !
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Yep it seems fitment is hit or miss with pypes
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