WTB: Motordyne Y Pipe

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Old 02-16-2019, 10:23 AM
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Motordyne Y Pipe

Hey Guys,

My y pipe rot finally got bad enough to spring a leak.

Looking for a used motordyne y pipe or a really good deal on a new one. Preferably with a cat but I'll entertain anything.

Thanks,
Mike
 
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Old 02-25-2019, 02:40 PM
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They don't have cats, but the Circuit Werks Y pipes can come with a resonator for under $300 and it's really nice quality.
 
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Old 02-25-2019, 02:44 PM
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Originally Posted by philbegas View Post
They don't have cats, but the Circuit Werks Y pipes can come with a resonator for under $300 and it's really nice quality.
No they make a variant with a high flow cat.

https://motordyneengineering.com/product/xyz-pipe-with-hfc/

I will check out circuit works though as that's a good price for something new. Not trying to break the bank on a y pipe.

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I meant that the Circuit Werks Y pipe doesn't come with a cat (simply not available)
 
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Originally Posted by philbegas View Post
I meant that the Circuit Werks Y pipe doesn't come with a cat (simply not available)
Oh haha, sorry misunderstood ya.
 
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I've got the Circuit Werks resonated Y-Pipe too, pretty decent quality.
 
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Rather than wasting your $$ on a restrictive y-pipe look for a slightly used cat-back exhaust (Marketplace) which will flow much better! Only then can you step up to "High Flow Cats" (HFC's) without that fugly rasp!
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Somebody doesnt know how to read lol
 

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