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whats the diff. besides the flex having a braided flex section? will an off-road pipe be ok for street or will it put to much strain on the header when I hit bumps?
 

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The offroad pipe replaces your Cat (as would a race header), only it will connect to a shorty or stock exhaust manifold. Therefore A) not legal B) the flex pipe still exists C) loud as all heck.

The flex pipe will connect the offroad pipe, Cat, or Race Header to the actual "cat-back" portion of the exhaust.

Peace!

[ 11-13-2002, 04:58 PM: Message edited by: poSSumX ]
 

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u still have a flexpipe whether u have a stock cat, hi-flo cat, ORP, or race header, doesnt matter which 1, the flex is next inline behind it

catback/flex/stock cat/shorty (or stock) header

catback/flex/hiflow cat/shorty (or stock) header

catback/flex/ORP/shorty (or stock) header

catback/flex/race header

-Ult

[ 11-13-2002, 05:01 PM: Message edited by: UltegraSTI ]
 

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poSSum thanks for the info! so you're saying if I get a race header, I only need a flex pipe, and cat-back
 
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