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Old 06-09-2015, 08:06 PM   #1
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Lethal Performance Off Road H-pipe

I'm about to purchase the LP o/r H-pipe, but I was just wondering if it requires welding or not?
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No, it should have flanges that mate to your headers and slip connections out back for your ota pipes.
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I'm about to purchase the LP o/r H-pipe, but I was just wondering if it requires welding or not?
It does not.
But you should not take my word for it. Look at the piece and look at the existing stuff it's replacing and convince yourself it looks okay. Also double check with the vendor.
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Installed this on my car. It is all bolt on. I am having mine welded together though to make sure it is all sealed up and I don't have enough to worry about the clamps deteriorating or coming undone

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Too bad BBK doesn't make an off road H pipe to fit their long tubes headers for the 3.7 model. 😬

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