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Unread 04-29-2009, 01:40 AM   #1
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Default Secondary Bypass (G-Pipe) Differences

I missed out on buying a used secondary muffler bypass (g-pipe) from a RL member recently so I went seraching for one to buy. Prices on these are all over the board. Anyway, while looking on the FVD website I noticed they offer two versions - short and long g-pipes.

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Can anyone tell me the differences between these? Sound differences? model differences?
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I have never seen a long one like that before although I do kind of like how you mount it to the original muffler mounts. I have the short one though and when on my car I had no issues. The only difference I would see is maybe a different sound. Neither one is going to really give you much of a performance gain. If I was in the market, I would call FVD and see what they had to say.

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Stephen,

I have a new g-pipe(short), if you're interested.
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look on Rennlist 964 forsale thread. Wachuco had one on there last week.
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My g-pipe is for sale @ $115.

Price includes shippings to all 57 states, excluding Alaska and Hawaii.

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My g-pipe is for sale @ $115.

Price includes shippings to all 57 states, excluding Alaska and Hawaii.

This part is new.
Noah, I sent you a PM thru the RL boards.
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I have a lightly used long secondary bypass. It does connect to where the original muffler goes. Combined with the primary bypass it is a little loud. It like to trade for a cat bypass (I'd even throw in my OEM cat). I'm looking to run a cat bypass, primary bypass and OEM secondary. Anyone??

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