- Fits all to 8500 GVW with OE dual 2" exhaust after dual converters only.
- 2-1/4" inlet and outlet with dual flat flange connection will accomodate factory 2" dual exhaust or aftermarket 2-1/4" dual systems.
JEGS Y-Pipes provide maximum exhaust flow. These fit directly from the manifold to the stock cat-back exhaust for all 2WD/4WD applications and wheel bases. Constructed from mandrel-bent 16-gauge aluminized tubing or 409 stainless steel, the pipes include flanges, gaskets, oxygen sensor bungs and plugs, and exhaust clamps. A JEGS cat-back exhaust system is recommended to receive the full benefit of the increased exhaust flow. Catalytic converter(s), sold separately, can be added for street-legal use, yet some modifications will be required.
Which headers will mount up with this y pipe? My truck is a 1997 Chevy Silverado z71 5.7l 350
What's the difference between this product and part number 31005?
I recently order this pipe for my 1996 Chevy Silverado 2500HD 5.7 RWD - will this pipe in combination with 2.5” Dynomax H pipe work on this truck?
Will this pipe work for a 7.4 liter or do you have another part that will?
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