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This is a discussion on y pipe within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Just got some long tubes headers from speed-daddy .com wondering if i can put any kind of y pipe on ...

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    Just got some long tubes headers from speed-daddy .com wondering if i can put any kind of y pipe on them 3 inch outlet on the headers i was thinking about getting a pacesetter y pipe wondering will it fit and i was gonna get a hedman headers ypipe but on the website says only corrsponds with hedman headers is this true or not need to know asap

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    Some of the manufacturers list fitment info on their websites. If you need to know in a hurry, shoot Mark at KY Speed a PM and he'll fix you up with whatever you need.

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    I have pacesetter lt headers and pacesetter y pipe,it is a slip on design.if. I could do it again I would not get the pacesetter y,it fits too close to the floorboard and I have had trouble with it hitting,others on this site say the texas speed y fits much better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 02transamce View Post
    I have pacesetter lt headers and pacesetter y pipe,it is a slip on design.if. I could do it again I would not get the pacesetter y,it fits too close to the floorboard and I have had trouble with it hitting,others on this site say the texas speed y fits much better.
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    Heat up the pipe and bend it downwards just a bit, no more hitting the floor board.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 02transamce View Post
    I have pacesetter lt headers and pacesetter y pipe,it is a slip on design.if. I could do it again I would not get the pacesetter y,it fits too close to the floorboard and I have had trouble with it hitting,others on this site say the texas speed y fits much better.
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    Now for me it was directly the opposite, the Texas speed Y with High flow cats didnt fit worth a crap and banged on the floor. And so I switched over to a pacesetter non catted pipe and it fits great and a lot louder when i open the cut-out.

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