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Garage Sale - Edelbrock Stainless Steel Honda/Integra Side Exhaust Pipe
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You can drive to the track with our street-legal exhaust system then, in a matter of minutes, bolt on our 3" Racing B-Pipe for lower E.T.'s.  Designed specifically for Edelbrock Pro-Flo headers, the 3" Racing B-Pipe replaces the 2" B-Pipe for considerable gains in racing applications, and includes the O2 sensor bung.  Available in 304 stainless steel.

 

This is garage sale priced because it has been discontinued.

 

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