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#1 Old 01-11-2013, 07:53 PM
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Midpipe question???

What's up guys been lookin for a midlife. Have the helix down pipe an stock after that. The next pipe is called the mid pipe I'm pretty sure I'm looking for just a 3 inch midpipr want to keep stock axle back. What to do this because I'm looking at electronic cut outs for those time you have cobalt ss's thinking there the shit. Anybody know where I can pick up a midpipe if not I'll jl just cut the resonator out
And weld a pipe in with the cut out. Thanks for the help


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Let me get this right.... Aftermarket downpipe..... and you want to keep the stock axleback?

get a 3inch pipe welded between the 2

I don't condone this.

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What's up guys been lookin for a midlife. Have the helix down pipe an stock after that. The next pipe is called the mid pipe I'm pretty sure I'm looking for just a 3 inch midpipr want to keep stock axle back. What to do this because I'm looking at electronic cut outs for those time you have cobalt ss's thinking there the shit. Anybody know where I can pick up a midpipe if not I'll jl just cut the resonator out
And weld a pipe in with the cut out. Thanks for the help


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Helix's downpipe includes the midpipe. Are you talking about the piping that the stock resonator is on?

You don't want a cut out, especially because you live in a winter state. They have 100% failure rates. The motors die and the valve seize.
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