Pypes Performance Exhaust High Tuck GM A-Body System Now Available

Hot off the presses and ready for install, comes the latest GM performance upgrade from Pypes Exhaust, this time for the 1964-1972 A-body. Classified as a “hi-tuck,” crossmember-back exhaust system for those vintage model years, the team over at Pypes Exhaust claim that their “most discriminating customers” have been begging for a setup such as this for years. One that fits almost exactly like the factory unit, yet still delivers dynamite power numbers and a throaty exhaust note.

While a clean look certainly adds stealthy sleeper points to the roster, the benefits of a “high tuck” system are undeniable when it comes to lowered vehicles. That said, Pypes Exhaust claims that this systems “allows for the most ground clearance of any GM A-body system on the market.” This is primarily due to a redesigned x-pipe, which allows the entire unit to push both mufflers upward into their respective OEM sconces, thus forcing both tailpipes to sit that much higher.

In true Pypes fashion, each “high tuck” A-Body exhaust system is offered with either Violator, Street Pro, or Race Pro Mufflers, and contrary to what the forums might have you believe, is far from being a replacement for the brand’s original SGA10 unit. Simply put, this exhaust system offers maximum flow rates at a value price – all in a product that fits flush like an OEM unit.

As with every product produced by Pypes, their High Tuck exhaust system is fabricated using the highest quality materials – 16-gauge, mandrel-bent, stainless steel piping standing as the substance of choice. This ensures both prolonged longevity, and uninhibited flow for real-world power that you can feel, as well as that exhaust note you crave.

Buyers also get things like their choice of either cad plated or stainless clamps, and are supported by the fact that like most Pypes Exhaust systems, this product can be installed at home with basic hand tools.  Backed by a lifetime warranty, and rocking price points that start at around $480.00, its a great choice for anyone looking to replace their stock A-Body exhaust, and makes for one of the best options on the market for fans of a lowered chassis.

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Micah Wright

Raised on LEGOs by grandfathers who insisted on fixing everything themselves, Micah has been a petrolhead in training since age four. His favorite past times include craft beer, strong cigars, fast cars, and culinary creativity in all of its forms.
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