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Old 02-10-2019, 07:14 AM   #1
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Hey fellas I've been a member for a while but never posted to this site and have a question. I've searched on here for a while in other threads and can't find anything. I'm about to get BBK Long Tubes for my 2014 GT Track Pack and was wondering if the Borla OR X-pipe will bolt up to these without modification or will only the BBK OR X-Pipe bolt up? Also, Ive read in other places that you don't need O2 extensions for the front or rear O2 sensors on the 2014, is this true or false? Thanks in advance.
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Extensions needed, most longtubes have proprietary mid pipes, just get the BBK to ensure everything fits. Be aware BBK is not the best quality.
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Thanks for the info. Thats what I was thinking as far as the x-pipe goesbut wasn't 100% sure. So what about the quality makes the BBK's less than? I've compared them vs others as far as which materials they are made from and most that I've seen are about the same. Any suggestions on brand that won't kill the wallet too bad..lol
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Won't kill the wallet? You get what you pay for. BBK is aluminized, their ceramic is crap... they do fit well. You want something that lasts and fits perfect and is stainless go with Dynatech, Kooks, ARH or Stainless Works.
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Thanks again. I am going to look into those before I buy some. you're right you do get what you pay for, and for the time I'm going to spend putting them in I'd hate to have to replace them a year down the road. Thanks for the insight.
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Get the Kooks mid length headers to avoid killing the front o2 sensors periodically. Trust me it can be a real problem. No extensions are needed or recommended on using.
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Definitely do not need extensions and recommend not using them.
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I installed kooks long tubes and i didn't need any o2 extenders
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