Reviewed By Frank H (SPOKANE, WA) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Camaro —7/26/2016 9:15 PM
Quick way to add some HORSE POWER! YEH---HAWWWWWWW!!! Sounds great too.
Reviewed By Evan K (NEW CASTLE, VA) Reviewed for a 1992 Ford F-150 —7/20/2016 9:26 PM
This Y pipe sounds awesome bolted up to my JBA headers! (although they leak some at the collectors so they're gonna need the flange rings Bassani sells for them). The down pipes are bigger than the factory Y pipe and the bends are nice and smooth. It's stainless steel so it has a nice shine and also more durable than regular tubing. This is a must when doing shorty headers and a full exhaust system, really makes these trucks run and sound top notch. Also loved buying this from this site!
Reviewed By Alex B (TRENTON, ME) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford Mustang —5/29/2016 12:11 PM
Pipe fit ok, drivers side was hanging very low and grounded out when driving called autoanything and all they could say was call pypes, wasn't to impressed about that...and they told me to trim some off the end of the pipe, once i did it fit amazing sounds good looks good, overall good product
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