Performance Exhaust Pipes

Large Diameter, Mandrel Bent, Collectors, Adapters, X-Pipes, Pipe Kits

If off-the-shelf won’t do and you want to construct your own performance exhaust system, we have an extensive selection of pipes and collectors for the do-it-yourself exhaust builder, everything from individual pipes to complete systems without the muffler(s). Whether you need custom collectors for racing headers, an X-pipe kit to balance exhaust flow on a late model Mustang, or a complete set of pipes for an early muscle car, we have what you need.

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All our pipes come in aluminized steel and stainless steel, materials used by all the major exhaust system manufacturers to ensure durability and great appearance. Don’t put a lot of time and effort into an exhaust system project using ordinary steel tubing only to see it rust away. Painting such tubing, even with so-called high heat paint, isn’t the answer. It’s difficult to get complete coverage, you’ll have to recoat repeatedly and still may get rust.

We aim to provide our customers with the finest Performance Exhaust Pipes the industry can offer, which is why we accept no compromise when it comes to the quality. Created by the most reputable names in the industry, such as MagnaFlow, Flowmaster, Borla, ARK Performance, dB, MBRP, Agency Power, aFe the Performance Exhaust Pipes we've gathered for you feature precise design and everlasting durability.

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We have the large diameter pipes you want and all pipes are mandrel bent. Mandrel bending ensures smooth bends and makes sure the pipe maintains its size and shape throughout the entire length. Tubes that aren’t mandrel bent can lose a percentage of their diameter in sharp bends, which creates exhaust flow restriction. Mandrel bending provides consistent bends so exhaust flow is uniform throughout the entire length of the pipe, and so each pipe flows as much as possible, and more exhaust flow equals better performance.

The addition of an H-pipe or an X-pipe to a dual exhaust system has been proven to unleash more horsepower. With these pipes, exhaust flow is increased because now both cylinder banks can make use of both sides of the exhaust system, and increased exhaust flow means more power. Many of these pipes come with factory style flanges to enable easy connection to components like catalytic converters, and some are designed to facilitate the exhaust system connection to long tube headers. We also offer X-pipes for off-road use only that eliminate the catalytic converters in the system.

We carry Flowmaster Scavenger series header collectors and Y-collectors. Both use the principle of pulse technology. Each tube and the way it merges in the collector are specially designed to take advantage of the engine’s exhaust pulses. As the exhaust pulse travels down the tube, its momentum creates a vacuum behind the pulse as the exhaust valve closes. This helps “scavenge” the remaining exhaust from the combustion chamber. The large D-shaped ports provide a larger surface area for the exhaust pulses to pull each other along as they travel the length of the collector.

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The consensus opinion among exhaust flow experts is that any V8 engine will benefit from a dual exhaust system with an H-pipe or X-pipe. H-pipes were first installed to quiet this exhaust noise. As with the H-pipe, an X-pipe also affects the sound of the exhaust. With an X-pipe, the two sides of the exhaust system are merged. The exhaust pressure on both banks is...
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Average rating: 4.5 4.7 - 69 reviews
2009 Nissan GT-R | Posted by Jermaine | (Carpentersville, IL)

Awesome and got to me in less than a week.

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