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Old 06-10-2019, 09:53 AM
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Picked up these for FREE, previous owner was cleaning out his shed. He says they’re SLP, but there’s no tag or anything. Only thing is “S# 002340” stamped on the engine side of the flange. Any help please so I can know what Y pipe to buy?


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Something like a Y-pipe is easy for any good muffler shop to fab up in short order, especially if you use a Flowmaster Y-merge
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Look like Hooker/Jet Hot. Basically the same header.
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That's not a Hooker. The flange is milled flush. Hookers protrude through about 1/8 of an inch.
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I think those are old SLP. Looks like they at least attempt to get close to equal length.
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Originally Posted by jlcustomz View Post
I think those are old SLP. Looks like they at least attempt to get close to equal length.
For sure not SLP. The old SLP header had one tube that did a complete 180.

Its the Hooker/Jet Hot design so I guess it's Jet Hot.
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Originally Posted by Full-Force View Post
For sure not SLP. The old SLP header had one tube that did a complete 180.

Its the Hooker/Jet Hot design so I guess it's Jet Hot.
Thanks, I’ve searched and searched and I can’t even find information on these “jet hot” headers. So I went ahead and cleaned them up, slapped some high-heat paint on them and ordered a TSP 3” ORY
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OOPS, I was looking at a wrong picture or something on google. Yea , the old SLP's looped around a lot more & had a really short collector .At any rate, nice gift.
But at any rate you can count on having to make something fit..
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