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Old 08-16-2012, 10:16 AM
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1st gen. O.E. exhaust question

I've been trying to find a pic on the interwebz of the stock 'Y' pipe that these trucks used and I've stuck out. Does anyone have a pic?
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The GEN 1's didn't have a "y"(2 into 1) pipe, they were true duals from the factory. You can get an idea from this pic of my old mid-pipe section that I had on it many moons ago.'

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Thanks for the pic. I knew they had factory shorty headers, I had no idea the pipes were routed like that, or that it used 4 cats.
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