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ARH LTs and Y pipe

This is a discussion on ARH LTs and Y pipe within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; So i am almost 100% sure that i am going to purchase the ARH LTs 1-7/8 304 stainless steel with ...

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    ARH LTs and Y pipe

    So i am almost 100% sure that i am going to purchase the ARH LTs 1-7/8 304 stainless steel with catted Y-pipe. (or should i go with 1-3/4?)
    http://www.LMPerformance.com/15431/1.html
    What will i need to finish this? Will i need any other modifications or additional parts?
    I plan on getting my WS6 Tuned by Frost since thats what most people do.
    But other than that...whats your thoughts and opinions?

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    depends what your future goals are, if you plan on doing head/cam work go with 1 7/8''....also i would contact mark at kyspeed and see what he can do for you www.kyspeed.com.....i would change your plugs, wires, motor mounts while your there, also youll need 2 24'' o2 extensions

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    So this might be a dumb question...well actually i kno it is but i want to be sure. What else is needed besides the LTs, Ypipe, O2 sensors, plugs, wires, and mounts.
    And how do i get a hold pf this Mark you speak of?
    Future plans....400hp at most, tuning, bolt ons, maybe a cam, better clutch, SLP lid, strut tower brace, UMI subframe connector 2pts wielded, Hotchkis springs, shocks, adj torque arm nothing tooo drastic for now. No forced induction or nos.

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    PM him, hes a sponsor on this site.

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    Click on the Sponsors tab at the top of the page. You'll see his website in there. I'd spend money elsewhere than getting the strut tower brace also. Get LCA's and relocation brackets instead. You need them anyway with your car being lowered.

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    If you only shooting for 400 with just a cam car a 1 3/4"would be enough. Depending on mileage I would definatly agree with doing plugs, wires at the same time. Also I would forget the extensions and just hit the auto parts store and get some Vette LS1 02's sensors since they are long enought to fit and you get new sensors while your at it. My friend gave me extensions he didn't use and a week after putting the headers on a 02 sensor went bad that's why depending on mileage may as well do the with the headers rather than having to go back later and do it.
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    Ok thanks everyone!!
    But would the 3/8 and 7/8s different in sound?
    I just figure for an extra hundred bucks i might as well get the 7/8 but my car has 78,539 miles on it. Everything is factory except the tires and power sterring components.
    And how much are the Corvette O2 sensors?

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    yes the car will sound different with 7/8'' compared to 3/4'' and i believe i paid 30 for my 02 sensors

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    I would think that the 7/8s would have a better deeper more aggressive sound right?

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