If off-the-shelf just won’t do and you want to construct your own performance exhaust system, you hit the jackpot because on the pages before you you’ll find every type of pipe you can think of, along with the flanges, adapters, reducers, etc. to make connections. We have everything from individual pipes to complete systems without muffler(s). Whether you need custom collectors and reducers for racing headers, an X-pipe kit to balance exhaust flow on a late model Mustang, a complete set of pipes for an early muscle car, or a complete weld-up system for a hot rod, we have what you need.
Our pipes come in the large diameters that you want to increase exhaust flow and make more power, 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.
Our digital shelves are stocked with both universal and vehicle specific pipes. Universal pipes give you the pipe diameter you want for increased flow in the shapes and bends you need for your particular project, without having to go to a shop with a pipe bender. Keep in mind that most corner muffler shops don’t have mandrel benders. Vehicle specific pipes let you construct a custom exhaust system with the confidence of knowing the pipes were especially designed to fit on your 2006 Ford F-150. And if you should have a mishap and crush or otherwise damage a pipe, you can easily get a replacement. Plus, 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.
The addition of a crossover pipe, like 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. Some H-pipes, X-pipes, and Y-pipes come with integral catalytic converters and we also offer X-pipes for off-road use only that eliminate the catalytic converters in the system. We also offer Y-pipes that can be installed after the muffler to build a dual exhaust system.