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just bought it.. 2.5 inch in and out, will that fit on my stock piping or no?
 

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thought so thanks. i might add a turn down tho and does anyone know the price of the slp y pipe
 

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y pipe is $199 I think but I heard they don't sell em anymore!?!?
 

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go to ur local muffler shop they'll fab up some stuff real fast. cheap too.
 

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thanks for the info 199 is a bit much for me now
 

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it is here and it looks like it might not fit the stock pipe oh well ill make it fit if it doesnt
 

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i thought the stock pipe was 2.25" after the cat? least it was on my 1994 and 1995...
 

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yeah i was thinkin that too lol but i think they make extensions that widen out
 

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does ne one know for sure.. how about a mod?
 

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The stock pipe is 2 1/4". Just get a 2 1/4" to 2 1/2" adapter pipe. They carry them at the parts stores around here. Or better yet go to your local muffler shop and have a full custom 2 1/2" cat-back made. The local Muffler Master here charges $80 for a custom cat-back. They won't do y-pipes though.
 

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w/o changing the rest of the piping size, and doing headers, isnt a y-pipe a little worthless? if you go from stock manifolds to a bigger y-pipe right back to the stock-sized exhaust?
 

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not really sure but my stock y pipe is like 1 .25 inch in diameter so it really restricts flow
 
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