Note: Measuring and cutting  will be required. The Universal X-Pipe is designed to connect to your collector reducers or down-pipes under the transmission cross-member.
Eckler's X-Pipe crossover pipes, brought to you by Pypes Exhaust Systems, are designed to connect to your Early Chevy's factory catalytic converters and run to the mufflers. These free-flowing, mandrel-bent Pypes X-pipes have reinforcing plates at critical locations and are in polished 304 stainless steel for years of high-powered performance. 304 stainless steel, has greater chromium content and greater corrosion resistance than traditional 409 grade steel.
Since V8s fire unevenly, exhaust exits in pulses rather than in a steady flow. While one pipe is filled with pressure, the other pipe is relatively pressureless, but the connecting of the two pipes in a Siamese pattern allows pressure to be released to the other side. This action allows the exhaust to pass through the pipes quicker, and this improved "breathing" increases horsepower.
Pypes X-pipes' high-quality, exceptionally versatile design and performance are a proven winner when it comes to bumping up the horsepower of your daily driver or race car. There's no skimping on materials here. All crossovers include dual 409 stainless reinforcement plates at the welds, where they are needed the most.
|Make / Model||Series||Body||Notes||Year|
|CHEVROLET BEL AIR STANDARD||1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954|
|CHEVROLET FLEETLINE DELUXE||1949, 1950, 1951, 1952|
|CHEVROLET FLEETLINE SPECIAL||1949, 1950, 1951, 1952|
|CHEVROLET ONE-FIFTY SERIES STANDARD||1953, 1954|
|CHEVROLET SEDAN DELIVERY STANDARD||1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954|
|CHEVROLET STYLELINE DELUXE STANDARD||1949, 1950, 1951, 1952|
|CHEVROLET STYLELINE SPECIAL STANDARD||1949, 1950, 1951, 1952|
|CHEVROLET TWO-TEN SERIES STANDARD||1953, 1954|
|CHEVROLET TWO-TEN SERIES DEL RAY||1954|
|Combined Cancer/Birth Defect|