New Product Spotlight: Pre-Bent Tailpipes ’62-’74 MOPAR A & B-Body

’62-’74 MOPAR A and B-body cars are more popular now than ever!  Hot rodders are still clamoring for them in any condition. Unfortunately, one thing that seems to be a given replacement item on these classics are exhaust parts because of the oem parts propensity for rust formation.

When it comes to exhaust manufacturing, mandrel-bent is the performance standard.

But, like a wise person once said, “never waste an opportunity to upgrade.” So, leave it to Flowmaster to answer that call. The world-famous exhaust brand has announced new product offerings for those beloved MOPARs. You can read the official press release from Flowmaster below.

“These Flowmaster pre-bent tailpipes fit the popular 1962 to 1974 Dodge/Plymouth A and B-Body cars. The tailpipes are 2.5-inch, 16-gauge aluminized steel and mandrel bent to allow better flow of the exhaust pulses as they exit the system. These tailpipes are designed to work with offset inlet/offset outlet mufflers and exit straight out the rear, just under the bumper. These tailpipes are a great way to add a factory-like fitment tailpipe to a custom exhaust. Backed by Flowmaster’s three-year limited warranty.”

There are unique features users can expect from a set of Flowmaster exhaust pipes for their A and B-body MOPARs. For starters, the mandrel-bent 2.5-inch aluminized tubing creates increased performance by improving the overall exhaust flow. Furthermore, the dual-exit exhaust juts out from the body just after the rear bumper and is designed for dual-outlet mufflers. Of course, this is all backed by Flowmaster’s three-year limited warranty.

By using mandrel bends instead of alternative methods, the Flowmaster dual-exit F150 pipes avoid pinches in the tubing which rob performance by restricting airflow.

If you’re worried about any emissions implications that accompany these killer pipes, fear not, Flowmaster’s site states, “This part is legal for sale or use on Emissions Controlled Vehicles, Uncontrolled (Non-Emissions Controlled) Vehicles, and Racing Use Only Vehicles because it does not affect vehicle emissions and is not covered by emissions regulations.”

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