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94-96 Chevy Impala SS Converter Back w/ X-Pipe System SGI10

SGI10
Price is WITHOUT Mufflers!
Add a pair of mufflers to the right.

Part Numbers
SGI10R - System with Race Pro Mufflers
SGI10S - System with Street Pro Mufflers
SGI10V - System with Violator Mufflers
Pricing: $548.32

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How It Sounds

Violator Mufflers

Street Pro

Race Pro


Description

Includes a custom fit mandrel bent 2.5" stainless X pipe crossover kit, a pair of Pypes stainless performance mufflers and 2 piece tailpipes and all necessary hardware. Gain 15-20hp! And what a great sound!

Fits the following:
- 94-96 Impala SS
- 94-96 Caprice sedan w/ 4.3L or LT1
- 94-96 Roadmaster sedan w/ 4.3L or LT1
- 77-90 Caprice and Roadmaster w/ some driver side tailpipes mods

Does NOT fit the following:
- 94-96 Caprice/Roadmaster wagon - 92-93 Roadmaster wagon

77-90 Caprice and Roadmaster share the same floor pan as the 91-96 Caprice and Roadmaster. The X-pipe will work but tailpipes are an issue due to the gas tanks different shape.

CUSTOMER MAY NEED TO CUT ONE "INCH" OFF ON BOTH FRONT X-PIPE LEGS "IF" THE X-PIPE IS NOT CENTERED.
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  • Item Requires Shipping
  • 60.0 lbs.
  • W60.0000” x H14.0000” x L14.0000”

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Customer Reviews

Comment Total Reviews (2)

Pypes 2.5 inch catback with Violator mufflers on a 96 Caprice with a T56
  • Currently 5/5 Stars

Reviewed by: Jesse03/10/2017 03:00AM

Product ownership: A year or longer

Purchased from: Pypes Performance Exhaust

Comments:
I bought my Pypes catback directly from Pypes back in late 2006 or early 2007. It is still on my car today with over 10 years and 150k miles of fun on it.

I absolutely love the sound of it with my T56 car. It was a great sounding exhaust with the auto as well, but it had a tendency to drone really bad at about 60mph in 4th gear with the stock 2.93 gears.

The T56 swap tamed the drone quite a bit, though it's still there just at a different speed. Swapping from 2.93's to 3.73's changed where it drones to. Seems to like to drone at about 1200 to 1500 rpm under light laload. When I added headers to the car (no cats for now) it really made the car sound wicked.

I get compliments on it and asked what my setup is all the time.


Satisfied
  • Currently 4/5 Stars

Reviewed by: Pypes Customer07/03/2017 12:55PM

Product ownership: Less than 3 months

Not purchased from: Pypes Performance Exhaust

Comments:
0ne pipe was bent a little wrong, made it hard to get right.

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