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Old 07-30-2013, 01:29 PM   #1
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If I get long tube headers will the

bbk off road x pipe fit? Or do I have to get the shorty x pipe?
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Need shorties when going longtubes
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Yep. You need the BBK shorty off road x-pipe or the BBK shorty catted x-pipe.
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You dont need to keep same brand name but its does make sure it fits better
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Okay one more question I have is I'm not trying to go for sound I wanted it to sound nice don't get me wrong but I'm trying to go for more performance so what would be better long tubes or shorties
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Okay one more question I have is I'm not trying to go for sound I wanted it to sound nice don't get me wrong but I'm trying to go for more performance so what would be better long tubes or shorties
Performance wise get LTs with a catted shorty xpipe. The o/r is cheaper but damn it's raspy. Also maybe get some resonators just to take the rasp out of it.
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