Universal Dual Exhaust H-Pipe Balance Tube Kit, 2-1/4 Inch
- Improve the efficiency of your dual exhaust system by balancing the flow of the exhaust gases
- Increase engine performance and tune the exhaust tone
- H pipe kit includes: two 12" tee pipes, 24" straight cross tube, 24" V cross tube, 4 clamps
- X pipe kit includes: X, four 45* transition pipes, 8 clamps
Improve the efficiency of your dual exhaust system with this H-style balance tube kit from Speedway. Balancing the flow of exhaust gases will lead to increased engine performance as well as tune the system's sound. Universal kit comes with everything you need to convert most common systems, including both a 24" straight a V-bend crossover tube when clearance may be a concern.
- (2) 12" Tee pipes
- (1) 24" Straight connecting pipe
- (1) 24" V-bend connecting pipe
- (6) Exhaust tube clamps
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