Lake Pipe 4
Get the look of an expensively-tuned header side pipe at a fraction of the cost. Chrome Lake Pipe 4s connect to headers or a stock exhaust system with one functional inlet tube and three dress-up tubes. They have six-sided, louvered, cored mufflers that absorb sound, not horsepower. Fully-welded brackets allow for easy installation. Pipes are available in a 63", 73", or 83" length (measured from the bend in the collector to the end of the side pipe), and each length has either a 1-3/4" inlet, 3" outlet or 2" inlet, 3-1/2" outlet combo.
Low-Line Lake Pipes
The lake pipe look is back in slant, single, or triple style. These pipes do not incorporate any silencing materials. Thus they are only recommended for non-functional use. Each pipe style is available in a 60", 70", or 80" length, and all styles have inlet and outlet diameters of 2".
Shielded Side Pipes
Customize your vehicle with a classic, shielded side exhaust system. A large pipe and six-sided, louvered, cored muffler guarantee performance and a distinct power tone. Installation flexibility is provided by the 360° rotation feature on both inlet and outlet pipes. Mounting hardware is included, and a universal hookup kit to complete the exhaust system is sold separately. Pipes are available in a 50", 60", 70", or 80" length, and all lengths have a 2" inlet diameter and a 3" outlet diameter.
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