anyone on here using the y pipe and dual exhaust? I have an h-pipe and was wondering if i could keep using it? if anybody has any pics that would help too.thanks
Yes. You can sell your headers and your h pipe. The on3 y pipe will connect the turbo down pipe to your existing exhaust just like your H pipe did. No cutting no welding just unbolt your H pipe and bolt in the Y pipe. It is the easiest part of the install.oh.i just have headers,h-pipe into flows.so it will got to the start of the flows?
sorry for the stupid questions.boost stuff is all new to me.
Does it run like a 2 piece down pipe? otherwise you could never feed a down pipe attached to a full exhaust up next to the motor by yourself. Attaching the vband to the dp on the turbo is easy. then going under and doing one more on the y-pipe sounds easy enough. I run an open down pipe so I really wouldn't know.no more than it is now, thats how the hellion setups are.
From personal experience with the ON3 y-pipe its great and the fact that its 3 pieces is even better. When i first installed the kit i was running a T-5 and stock cross member. Now I am using a T-56 and that crazy looking D&D cross member. So in order to clear the new cross member I had to adjust the three sections of pipe to fit it. The very first piece in the y-pipe, the one that connects to the down pipe, the one end of its V-band connection the flange is welded on a slight angle to allow it to position differently depending how you rotate it when you connect to the down pipe giving you more clearance where you need it. I really am glad to have bought the ON3 y-pipe instead of making one, changing transmissions and having to make a new one. As far as leaking, just throw some copper seal on the V-band connections and your good to go.the on3 is 3 pieces not including the downpipe, each look to be about a foot long. Looks like one of those intakes ricers piece together at autozone. There is no reason it couldnt be once piece, that would at least get it down to 3 places to leak instead of 5
I have the On3 kit on both of my cars. One has the On3 Y pipe the other has a custom single 3" exhaust. Guess which cost more? The single custom 3# exhaust. It is also lower and louder with an annoying resonance. I will be selling it and replacing it with the On3 y pipe soon.the on3 is 3 pieces not including the downpipe, each look to be about a foot long. Looks like one of those intakes ricers piece together at autozone. There is no reason it couldnt be once piece, that would at least get it down to 3 places to leak instead of 5