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Anyone ever made a good flowing Y to replace muffler?

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Old 04-30-2012, 11:26 PM   #1
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Default Anyone ever made a good flowing Y to replace muffler?

Heres my situation. Right now I've got a LTs, ORY, dumped Borla. I want to make a Borlamouth so I can run tips but the only catback I have is a Flowmaster. How hard would it be for a exhaust shop to make a Y to replace the muffler so I can run tips again? Or would I be better off finding a LM1 catback and just using the back half of it?
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Old 05-01-2012, 12:30 AM   #2
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I think you can buy what you need at mandrelbends.com

Is it something like this? This might be the wrong size, but you get the idea....

http://www.mandrel-bends.com/catalog...834504770c72e3
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It would be a lot easier/ less expensive to just run about a 29", 3" dia. straight pipe to the driverside tail pipe (about $17, 4ft L) and you'll also need cut off some length on the tail pipe so tip doesn't stick out further.
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