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Old 06-22-2013, 09:23 PM   #1
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Will they these fit on my stock headers

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Will they these fit on my stock headers
Yup! It's says right there that they're meant for shorty headers or stock manifolds!
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Yup! It's says right there that they're meant for shorty headers or stock manifolds!
Is it going to to make a Different?
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Is it going to to make a Different?
It's similar to the LP mid pipes & they advertise 14-16rwhp. It's also gonna make ur exhaust sound beast!
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It's similar to the LP mid pipes & they advertise 14-16rwhp. It's also gonna make ur exhaust sound beast!
No tune is Required?
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No tune is Required?
I think for off road u would need a tune to clear the code it'll throw up for not having cats.
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Will they these fit on my stock headers
If your gonna get a off road x pipe, just get the one that connects to the BBK long tube headers. The stock manifolds are still going to limit the amount of air coming out the engine therefore not maximizing the cars true HP. If your gonna do it, do it right bro. Get the long tube headers and off road x pipe or the catted high flowing x pipe. Get rid of your stock manifolds .
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I have the catted xpipe and wow they will wake up your ride!!!

Offroad xpipe you will need a tune. But the catted won't need one. Easy installed extra hands would be a great help. Doesn't matter I you get long tubes or not. It's your ride do what you want. There is no right or wrong way of choosing your exhaust.
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If your gonna get a off road x pipe, just get the one that connects to the BBK long tube headers. The stock manifolds are still going to limit the amount of air coming out the engine therefore not maximizing the cars true HP. If your gonna do it, do it right bro. Get the long tube headers and off road x pipe or the catted high flowing x pipe. Get rid of your stock manifolds .
Okay if I get the headers first do they Connect to the stock x pipe
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Okay if I get the headers first do they Connect to the stock x pipe
Nope. The headers are much longer than your factory manifolds and your factory cats/pipe will not connect to the BBK headers. If you buy the headers you need a new mid x pipe. BBK makes a mid pipe to fit
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