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Old 01-05-2009, 11:03 PM
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I need a y pipe

I need a y pipe for a 78/79 bronco with a 351m 400 or off a 77-9 f series truck will work too.I would like an older one and not have to trailer my rig to the exhaust place to have one made. thank you in advance, Jason
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Old 01-06-2009, 07:00 AM
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have you called the local exhaust shops to see if they have anything pre made
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Old 01-06-2009, 11:43 PM
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NO premades, and the two I went to the junk yards over turned out to be fe pipes. I'll find one some where was just hopeing for a heads up.
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http://www.panix.com/~alvinj/file12/exhaustY.jpg

The problem with a Y pipe is the crummy hole they put in the "straight" pipe
before welding on the "branch" pipe.

Do yourself a big favor and cut into that dangged Y pipe and take a look at it.

I welded mine up using coat hanger about ten years ago and that picture is
recent.

It felt like it added about 2 cylinders to my clunky old 360FE! :)
It'll do more for yours? :)

I changed mine from a "y" shape to a "Y" shape, it now looks like a header's
collector inside. That is one of my favorite modifications. :)

IMO when a guy brags on how his new headers helped the power situation, I
don't doubt it a bit but also figure many times, having gotten rid of the sorry
restrictive Y pipe, was part of the new boost.

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