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Straightline Performance Single Pipe 131-153 on

US $499.95

Woodstock, Georgia, United States

Woodstock, Georgia, United States
Condition:New Brand:Straightline Performance MPN:131-153 Manufacturer Part Number:131-153

Straightline Performance Single Pipe 131-153
  • Gain a solid 3-18 horsepower with this sleek-looking single pipe
  • Produces a wider power band, great bottom-end power and improves top-end speed
  • Pipe is ceramic coated for under-hood heat protection and creates the desired custom look
  • Use stock mounting locations and brackets
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