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will this Y-pipe work?

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    will this Y-pipe work?

    K so a friend of mine has a 2000 Camaro he has a ypipe for stock exhaust manifolds.
    My question is will it work EGR is deleted and AIR will be deleted after if it works.
    Let me know guys thanks!

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    You wanna know if a 2000 ypipe will work your 98??
    Well I know they are a little bit different and I think it might bolt up ok, but I'm not positive.

    The passenger side converter is built into the ypipe on 98-99 like this


    2000 to 2002 passenger cat looks like this


    2000 to 2002 y pipe looks like this(upside down compared to the 1st pic above)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutlass View Post
    You wanna know if a 2000 ypipe will work your 98??
    Well I know they are a little bit different and I think it might bolt up ok, but I'm not positive.

    The passenger side converter is built into the ypipe on 98-99 like this
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    2000 to 2002 passenger cat looks like this
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    2000 to 2002 y pipe looks like this(upside down compared to the 1st pic above)
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    Its catless

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeetwentyeight View Post
    Its catless
    What is?? What exactly is your question? I'm confused

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    K my my 98 only has the mid flowmaster exhaust this guys has a 2000 camaro that is straight through from the manifolds back.
    The ypipe has no cats on it
    So what im thinking is if the manifolds sit the same they should fit

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    Oh ok. Its not a stock ypipe. I think its worth a try. But if I'm not mistaken, GM did change the exhaust manifolds on f-bodies somewhere around 2000 or 2001...so it might not bolt on.
    If all else fails, you could easily buy a set of the newer, better manifolds cheap from someone here that did headers. Then that ypipe should fit great

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    50 bucks installed i dont think it get much better

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