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Old 06-16-2015, 12:22 PM   #1
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Thinking of getting an offroad x pipe but I don't exactly know what an aftercat x pipe is. I want to get corsa sports to go with it and also does the bbk xpipe w/LT have to go with the long tubes.


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Aftercat x pipe is an x pipe you out behind the cats.. Probably won't notice much difference with those. And yes the shorty midpipe that you were referring to needs long tube headers
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Aftercat x pipe is an x pipe you out behind the cats.. Probably won't notice much difference with those. And yes the shorty midpipe that you were referring to needs long tube headers

So which offroad x pipes do you know of that don't require the long tubes that I can pair with shorty's


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So which offroad x pipes do you know of that don't require the long tubes that I can pair with shorty's


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All of the ones that aren't "shorty"
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Since you are new to this, the "shorty" part means that they would only work on long tube headers, you would need a regular O/R (offroad) X pipe.
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