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Old 12-03-2015, 05:00 PM   #1
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Pypes or SLp

One of my rear cats has died out and I was thinking of replacing both rear ones. Anyone have any feedback on the SLP cats or Pypes cats from AM?
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Old 12-03-2015, 10:21 PM   #2
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Slp, I bought pypes products before they are complete trash. I have all slp couldn't be happier with the x pipe or lm1s

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And hell the slps are cheaper too lol, I'll sub to catch any other opinions. Need cats to pass my inspection at the end of the month lol

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You can get an entire catted X pipe with magnaflow cats already on it from UPR for $300. That way you just bolt on and go without having to get these put in or cut/clamp yourself.
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I'm with Scotty I would just buy a catted x little better performing and sound than stock

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Also its a 2.5" pipe and not 2.25 pipe. If he is replacing the rear cats on a stock pipe... that's just a waste. Pay $100 more and get the whole pipe and swap it in an hour.
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Go with a entire mid pipe. Or if you just want cats, get SLP. Never had a problem with my slps

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I couldn't agree more

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Go with cheaper. I mean in the end most all exhaust is about the metal and depaending where you live salt and whatnot you may not even notice. I hear crap about Pypes all the time but I have Pypes, LT headers, off road H and Mufflere deletes and love it all. Get sooo many compliments. I think I just said go cheap then talked up the other, lol
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Go with cheaper. I mean in the end most all exhaust is about the metal and depaending where you live salt and whatnot you may not even notice. I hear crap about Pypes all the time but I have Pypes, LT headers, off road H and Mufflere deletes and love it all. Get sooo many compliments. I think I just said go cheap then talked up the other, lol
Yes the SLP is cheaper and SLP>Pypes x1000. If you look at a Pypes product next to something from SLP/Magnaflow/Kooks etc... there is a drastic quality difference.
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