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Dumb question here, but if I were to get some new long tubes would they work with the SLP exhaust system. Would I need to get some custom work done to get the two to link up?

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Direct bolt on...go for it.
 

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Really does the kooks come with a tube that joins the two heads for the SLP exhaust? I know the SLP isn't a true dual so that's what confused me.
 

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Its an easy bolt up. Headers don't connect at the rear where the 2 exit pipes are coming out of Valance. lol.
 

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Dumb question here, but if I were to get some new long tubes would they work with the SLP exhaust system. Would I need to get some custom work done to get the two to link up?

Thanks in advance.
Well, this depends. If you get the SW or Kooks headers, get their y-pipe and then the SLP will Bolt-Up. If you dont get the y, then no, it wont bolt up....:cheers1:
 

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Leave the headers open, neighbors love that sort of thing.
 

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i choose sw because i made my own y pipe and true dual set up. Kooks with 1 3/4 primaries and then the 3 inch y pipe will be the best set up for you.
 
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