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Old 02-13-2014, 09:50 AM   #1
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Pypes exhaust system

Hey guys I got a 2014 GT and I want to put Pypes longtube headers, off-road X pipes and a pipe bomb axle back on for my system. I've only heard videos of it and never heard in person. Is it a good way to go?
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When running headers do we need a tuner?
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At a minimum when running off road pipes, you'll throw CEL's from not seeing the O2 sensor (since it isn't there any more) so you'd want a tuner to disable that. Tuner is probably a good first mod anyways so you can get the most out of anything else that you put on for power
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I just don't want to void the warranty on a brand new car. I want to do catted x pipe. So I should be ok then?
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Pypes is notorious for bad fitment, ****ty quality control and cheap stainless steel. You have been warned. There is a reason they are cheaper than anyone else.
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Sorry just saw all this but yes a tuner is recommended. And as for the pypes people have been telling me they don't fit well header wise. I might do BBK or kooks headers instead.
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