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Aggressive Sound for an Affordable Price
Flowtech Super Street Dual Exhaust Pipe Kits deliver the perfect sound for your 1973-1987 GM truck or 1970-1981 Camaro. Using mandrel-bent 2.250 in. diameter, 16-gauge aluminized steel tubing, these kits are designed to keep all tubing tucked up and well placed above the bottom of your vehicle's frame for maximum ground clearance. Available for long-tube headers, Shorty headers, or even factory-style OE Shorty headers, Flowtech Super Street Dual Exhaust Pipe Kits utilize factory exit locations and come with the necessary hardware and instructions for easy installation.
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