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Looking for Cat Delete Pipe

I'm looking for a cat delete pipe that bolts onto the existing 'stock' exhaust system. It looks like MBRP delete pipes only work on a MBRP system.

I saw few threads where AFE made a pipe that bolted onto the stock system, however I saw no such item on their website.

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i can get you that pipe... its not AFE but its supposedly a bolt in setup....but why not just get the full turbo back exhaust system to get all the benefits?

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i can get you that pipe... its not AFE but its supposedly a bolt in setup....but why not just get the full turbo back exhaust system to get all the benefits?

$$$$$$

I'll probably get it eventually..........I've got some warranty left, so if I need to swap back, it will be quick and easy.

Does the set-up you can get have hangers. I seem to remeber seeing at least 1 hanger on the cat section when I changing the oil yesterday.

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if it is required it will be there... I have put my hand on one of the kits, i just know I can get them... and they are good quality... i sent you a PM

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shot me a pm on the price of that pipe please.

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would it not be easier to just have a muffler shop make one for you?


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muffler shop will cut it out and weld their blank pipe in... a true delete pipe will bolt in and then unbolt for replacement if need be

it would be easiest and more beneficial to have a full exhaust system but as stated above, money plays a big roll in that....

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would it not be easier to just have a muffler shop make one for you?
I have never been able to find a muffler shop that has 3 1/2" or 4" pipe on hand.

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muffler shop will cut it out and weld their blank pipe in... a true delete pipe will bolt in and then unbolt for replacement if need be
I have never seen a delete pipe...are you saying they aree flanged?


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