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Built with Performance in mind the AWE X-Pipe delivers on all fronts.
Manufactured with the Highest Grade US Sourced T304L Stainless Steel,
and guaranteed not to trip a CEL Code. Deepen and Broaden the sound of
C7 Corvette with an AWE X-Pipe. Fitment for Stingray, Grand Sport and Z06/ZR1




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2.75" or 3.0" ID piping?
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Any before and after dyno numbers?
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2.75" or 3.0" ID piping?
3.0" and necks down to 2.75" to mate with OEM

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Any before and after dyno numbers?
Have not seen any for just the X-Pipe
but
This is what AWE is showing for the entire system
Peak gains of 18 hp and 16 ft-lbs of torque, and max gains of 22 hp @ 6400 rpm and 20 ft-lbs of torque @ 4000 rpm, at the wheels
(Performance X-pipe + Touring Edition Axleback Exhaust)

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2.75" or 3.0" ID piping?
I.D. necks down from 3" to 2.75" to fit into stock exhaust from X-pipe
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I.D. necks down from 3" to 2.75" to fit into stock exhaust from X-pipe
That's good at least! With the Borla being discontinued this one may be the one to get. Would really like to perdinslly get my hands on one to add it to my X-pipe comparison thread.
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Chip do you have to loosen the motor mounts? Somebody else told me no and that it is a fairly easy install. Also what do you do with the cords for the cats ?

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That's good at least! With the Borla being discontinued this one may be the one to get. Would really like to perdinslly get my hands on one to add it to my X-pipe comparison thread.

Exactly - Borla 60547 customers are flooding to this unit

FYI I have 6 of them left

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Chip do you have to loosen the motor mounts? Somebody else told me no and that it is a fairly easy install. Also what do you do with the cords for the cats ?

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You do not need to loosen the motor mounts - it's a straight bolt up

You leave the current O2 wires exactly where they are (you will not touch them)

Your car has 4 cats, 2 primary and 2 pup cats. The O2 sensors are before the
main cats and directly after them.

The pup cats on all C7's are behind (rearward) of the final O2 sensors.

The pup cats are 100% un-monitored

Removing the OEM X-Pipe and replacing it with a catless unit will NOT trip a CEL
because the car does not know the difference

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