Have a question regarding installing a Borla catback to a set of Magnaflow y-pipes. The question I have is in regards to bolting up the Borla muffler to the y-pipe. The Borla has a trumpet type flare and the Magna flow y-pipe has a rolled edge of sorts. Issue is when you try and mate them up...
I have a Borla cat back on my SWB classic, looking to go back to stock $250
If you have a genuine system in great condition and want to talk about trading open to that too since its what I would be buying anyway...
Located in CT
What's the trick to the tailpipe? Remove rear wheel? Jack the truck up? Bring it to someone?
Tried fishing it through for about 20 minutes in the driveway and gave up as the sun started to go down.
Thanks for any advice.
Up for sale.
Borla exhaust pipe with tip. Cut just after the exhaust. For Defender - tucks up nicely into the truck. $75 shipped.
(Box says Genuine) convex mirror head. Great upgrade for highway and city driving. I already have 2, don't need this one. New in box. $25 shipped.
The NRP y-pipe features high flow cats, is stainless steel and will work on all RRC's and DI's. It has bungs for two O2's per side so it will work with GEMS DI's as well as 14CUX models.
The heat shields on one of the cats has fallen off but otherwise, the y-pipe has many years of life ahead...
So, I've been having some chatter recently that I've attributed to a catalytic converter on its way out. I got under my truck yesterday to check out my system and see how old my cats were, and figured I'd check out the rest of the system downstream from there.
I got to the Borla, and recalled...
Borla Exhaust Pipe and Muffler i would call it a 8.5 out of 10 $450
BORLA exhausts are built of aircraft-quality T-304 stainless steel -- stainless inside and out.
Borla's free-flow exhaust utilizes patented award and race winning technology to deliver quality, sound, performance...