Patriot Exhaust H1060 Chrome Side Pipes w/Mufflers, 60 Inch, PR
Universal Fit, 60" Overall Length, 2.00" Inlet Diameter, 3.00" Outlet Diameter, Chrome, Steel
- Features a chrome 2-1/4" I.D. inlet and 3" O.D. chrome outlet pipes
- Painted black mufflers guarantee performance and produce a distinctive power tone
- Overall length measure 60"
- Heat shields are 46" long
- Kickout and inlet are adjustable for the angle
Give your vehicle that custom look with a classic chrome shielded side exhaust system. Large chrome 2-1/4" I.D. inlet, 3" O.D. chrome outlet pipes and low back pressure six-sided louvered core painted black mufflers guarantee performance and produce a distinctive power tone. Complete installation flexibility is built in with the full 360° rotation feature on both inlet and outlet pipes. Includes mounting hardware.
Not legal for sale or use in California on pollution controlled motor vehicles.
These side exhausts come unassembled. The front portion with the 90 degree bend is chrome along with the rear turn out section. The center section is satin black finish and is expanded at one end and swedged at the other for assembly. The chrome plated heat shield clamps onto the center section which also houses the non-removable muffler/baffle assembly.
NOTE: Each measurement is taken from tip of elbow to exhaust tip.
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