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Replacement
Part Number: RK96290001
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$96.04
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Location : FrontQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year Replacement unlimited-mileage warrantyProp 65 Warning :

Warning SymbolWARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Aluminized Steel Exhaust Pipe
Replacement
Part Number: REPS962901
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$68.50
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Notes : 28 in. L x 3 in. W x 3 in. H; Links front and rear exhaust; Bolts, gaskets, and installation hardware are sold separatelyQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year Replacement unlimited-mileage warrantyProp 65 Warning :

Warning SymbolWARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Aluminized Steel Exhaust Pipe
Walker®
Part Number: WK53541
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$77.87
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Steel Exhaust Pipe
Walker®
Part Number: WK40205
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$73.17
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Aluminized Steel Exhaust Pipe - Y-Pipe
Walker®
Part Number: WK40295
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$80.12
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Notes : 3-Bolt Loose Flange W/Spherical Flare Inlet Connection, 3 in. Outlet Diameter, 22.5 in. Overall LengthType : Y-PipeQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : Walker limited warranty
Aluminized Steel Exhaust Pipe
Walker®
Part Number: WK40296
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$83.27
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Steel Exhaust Pipe
Walker®
Part Number: WK40516
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$48.75
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Aluminized Steel Exhaust Pipe
Walker®
Part Number: WK43159
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$34.27
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Aluminized Steel Exhaust Pipe
Walker®
Part Number: WK43794
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Steel Exhaust Pipe
Walker®
Part Number: WK45323
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$73.20
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Steel Exhaust Pipe
Walker®
Part Number: WK45323
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$73.20
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Part Number: WK45324
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$71.11
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Part Number: WK45520
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$36.32
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Exhaust Pipe Customer Reviews

Aluminized Steel Exhaust Pipe
Jul 03, 2019
The new flex pipe is solidly built
This replacement pipe was a perfect fit for the replacement of the OEM flex pipe. The pipe married well to the new catalytic converter and lined up perfectly to the manifold. The O2 sensor slot was perfectly aligned with the existing sensor/ location. You will have no problems with this part.
Purchased on Jun 23, 2016

Exhaust Pipe Guides

What to Look for in a Good Exhaust Pipe

How often do you look at your car's exhaust pipe? Do you even think about it?

That tiny piece of metal protruding at the back of your car may be one of, if not the most frequently ignored part of the car. Maybe because of its size or its location, which is at the farthest the eyes can see, you don't really pay so much attention to the tailpipe.

Yes, the exhaust pipe is just a minuscule part of the vehicle but its importance is incomparable to its size. Without the tailpipe, all the waste gases from the combustion engine remain inside. The exhaust pipe is the only outlet where gas emissions exit.

As a part of the whole exhaust system, the pipe is always exposed to high temperature, vibration, dirt, that makes is prone to corrosion. A good exhaust pipe should be able to withstand all of these, so if you want to maximize the power of your tailpipe, here are some of the features that a good pipe should have.

A good exhaust pipe resists corrosion.

Extremely hot temperature, high humidity, and other weather factors can lead to corrosion. If you are shopping for a pipe, you should pick the one that is made from high-grade materials that can combat rust. Pipes made from stainless steel are 100% rust resistant. They are very durable; they can last the life of your car.

A good exhaust pipe can hold up high temperature.

Most pipes are made from iron and steel and these materials conduct heat. Some metals, when exposed to heat, they corrode and change color easily. Also, pure metals are too heavy and hard to be made into pipes. Good thing there are nickel-chromium-based alloys that are commonly used for making exhaust pipes. These alloys are lighter and more malleable than other metals. At high temperature, these alloys remain strong. Most pipe manufacturer use this kind of metal because they can be shaped and cut into thin sheets and yet remains highly adaptive to extreme heat.

A good exhaust pipe does not chip or flake.

Over time, tailpipes become weak and fragile. Old exhaust pipes tend to chip and flake as if they are decaying. The oxidation process is what makes the pipe become just like that. So again, when buying an exhaust pipe, look for the ones that are made from silicon-molybdenum cast iron or spheroidal graphite. These materials are proven to be strong against the effects of oxidation.

A Guide to changing your Car's Exhaust Pipe

The exhaust pipe is the one responsible for the final task of the whole exhaust system in a car-to let the noxious gases out of the engine. The exhaust pipe serves as an outlet where all these emissions or smoke come out.

From all these smoke, dirt, heat, and vibrations, the exhaust pipe is frequently exposed. Your car's exhaust pipe accumulates a lot of filth and pollution that clogs the pipe's walls. There also comes a time when rust eventually destroys the entire pipe. This means that once in your car's lifetime, you might need to change the tailpipe.

Replacing the pipe on your car is not that difficult as long as you have the right tools and pieces of equipment. Always check your vehicle's manual as well for repair tips and guides. If you want to take the challenge of installing a new exhaust pipe, here is what you need to do.

How difficult is it? Moderate

How long does it take? 30 minutes

You need the following:
  • Screwdriver
  • WD-40 wrench
  • Impact gun
  • New exhaust pipe
  • Car jack or ramp
Here are the steps:

Step 1: Read your car's manual to know which type of tailpipe you should buy as a replacement. The year, model, and type of your vehicle may require a specific size of a pipe. You may also ask the help of store personnel if you feel a little confused.

Step 2:You must lift the rear part of your car because you need to work on that part. You may use a ramp or jack. Ensure that the vehicle stands firmly on the ramp to avoid accidents.

Step 3: Locate the old exhaust pipe. You can see that a clamp holds the pipe in place. By removing the clamp, you can detach the pipe from the entire exhaust system. Carefully lift the clamp.

Step 4: You would notice that the pipe is still connected to the exhaust manifold. You must remove all the bolts that hold the pipe to the manifold. The pipe may be old and some bolts are rusted and hard to take off. You can use a wrench or the impact gun to loosen these stubborn bolts. After this, remove the exhaust manifold completely.

Step 5: Disconnect the pipe's hanger. The hanger is what holds the pipe to the vehicle's body. Again, you can use your wrench to take off the bolts that attaches the pipe to the hanger.

Step 6: Remove the old pipe from the car. Get ready to install the new one. Insert the new exhaust pipe around the port. Make sure that it fits well. Once it is in place, fasten the bolts again.

Step 7: Attach the pipe hanger again, return the manifold and tighten the bolts again. Once you're finished, you should check if the pipe is aligned with your car's bumper.

Step 8: Lower your car, clean your tools, then you're done!

Exhaust Pipe Buyer's Guide

Summary

  • The exhaust pipe is a metal tube, located underneath the vehicle, that plays an important role in your vehicle’s exhaust system.
  • It could be one or a series of pipes that carry toxic fumes away from the engine and allows it to be vented through the rear or side of the vehicle where it can be safely released.
  • Exhaust pipes come in various designs, depending on the layout of your vehicle’s exhaust system. The different styles include front-pipes, X-pipes, Y-pipes, Center-pipes, H-pipes, Down-pipes, and more.
  •  Exhaust pipe replacement costs will vary depending on your vehicle’s specific year, make, and model. OE replacement parts will typically cost you anywhere between $5 to $5,000. These are available for sale individually, in sets of two, or as part of a kit.
  • Some signs of a bad exhaust pipe include: dragging or hanging exhaust pipe, loud or hissing sounds, engine performance issues, reduced fuel efficiency, and strong gasoline smells.
  • As a component of your car’s exhaust system, keeping it in good condition is critical to ensuring the performance and drivability of your vehicle.

What is an exhaust pipe?

The exhaust pipe is a metal tube, located underneath the vehicle, that plays an important role in your vehicle’s exhaust system. It could be one or a series of pipes that carry toxic fumes away from the engine and allows it to be vented through the rear or side of the vehicle where it can be safely released. These typically come as steel, aluminized steel, titanium, or stainless steel exhaust pipes. 

What is an exhaust pipe for?

To better understand how the exhaust pipe works, let’s take a closer look at how your vehicle’s exhaust system works.

The automotive engine emits six types of gases as it runs. It is the job of your vehicle’s exhaust system to channel these fumes away from the engine and release them safely into the air. The gases are funneled from the cylinder head of the engine to the front exhaust pipe.

The gases travel through the pipe into the catalytic converter where harmful elements are removed. These later pass through a silencer or muffler where the noise produced by the engine is minimized. Finally, the exhaust gases will exit the system through the tailpipe on the side or rear of the vehicle.

Types of exhaust pipes

Exhaust pipes come in various designs, depending on the layout of your vehicle’s exhaust system. The different styles include front-pipes, X-pipes, Y-pipes, Center-pipes, H-pipes, Down-pipes, and more.

Signs of a bad exhaust pipe

Problems with your car’s exhaust pipe can significantly affect the drivability and performance of your vehicle. Get your vehicle checked by a trusted mechanic as soon as you observe one or more of the following signs.

Dragging exhaust pipe

A broken part of the exhaust pipe may hang and drag from under the vehicle. Aside from the detrimental effects of an exhaust leak, the exhaust pipe may suddenly break off while you’re driving and cause a safety hazard for other drivers on the road. 

Loud hissing or tapping sounds

An unusually loud exhaust is one of the most common symptoms of a bad exhaust pipe. Excessive engine noise is typically caused by an exhaust leak due to a broken or cracked exhaust pipe. To check for a leak, listen for any hissing or tapping sounds during acceleration or loud noises during a cold start.  

Engine performance issues

Another thing you should watch out for is decreased power and acceleration. Problems with the exhaust pipe will affect the performance of your engine. You may notice your vehicle not accelerating as quickly or as powerful than you’re used to.

Reduced fuel efficiency

A damaged or corroded exhaust pipe may also cause reduced fuel efficiency from your vehicle. Since the vehicle cannot accelerate as well as it should, your engine burns more fuel to produce the required power to function normally.

Unusual gasoline smell

A cracked or damaged exhaust pipe may cause exhaust fumes to escape and seep into the passenger cabin. As soon as you notice a strong gasoline smell from inside your vehicle, have your exhaust system checked by a professional mechanic.

Why is exhaust pipe replacement important?

There are several reasons why you should never delay replacing a damaged exhaust pipe. As a component of your car’s exhaust system, keeping it in good condition is critical to ensuring the performance and drivability of your vehicle.

Prevent noise and air pollution

Loud noises coming from a faulty exhaust system may violate your area’s noise pollution ordinances. At the same time, exhaust leaks may cause noxious gases to be released into the air without going through the catalytic converter. Replacing a damaged exhaust pipe will prevent you and other people on the road from inhaling exhaust fumes that are harmful to your health.

Keep your engine in tip-top condition

A leak in the exhaust pipe will cause your engine to work harder than it needs to, in order to produce the power you need to accelerate your vehicle. To keep your engine working efficiently, the exhaust pipe must be replaced as soon as it cracks or develops holes.

Save on gas

A faulty exhaust system can cause your engine to use more fuel than it usually needs to power the vehicle. Replacing a bad exhaust pipe can help your engine achieve vehicle acceleration in a shorter time while burning less fuel.

Make your drives more enjoyable

Noise caused by damage to the exhaust pipe can make your commutes less enjoyable. To enjoy nice and quiet rides, immediately address any issues with your exhaust system.
 
To narrow down your search for the right exhaust pipe for your vehicle, you may use our website’s search filter. Simply plug in your vehicle’s specific year, make, and model to browse through applicable parts.

What to Look for in a Good Exhaust Pipe

How often do you look at your car's exhaust pipe? Do you even think about it?
That tiny piece of metal protruding at the back of your car may be one of, if not the most frequently ignored part of the car. Maybe because of its size or its location, which is at the farthest the eyes can see, you don't really pay so much attention to the tailpipe.
Yes, the exhaust pipe is just a minuscule part of the vehicle but its importance is incomparable to its size. Without the tailpipe, all the waste gases from the combustion engine remain inside. The exhaust pipe is the only outlet where gas emissions exit.
As a part of the whole exhaust system, the pipe is always exposed to high temperature, vibration, dirt, that makes is prone to corrosion. A good exhaust pipe should be able to withstand all of these, so if you want to maximize the power of your tailpipe, here are some of the features that a good pipe should have.

A good exhaust pipe resists corrosion.

Extremely hot temperature, high humidity, and other weather factors can lead to corrosion. If you are shopping for a pipe, you should pick the one that is made from high-grade materials that can combat rust. Pipes made from stainless steel are 100% rust resistant. They are very durable; they can last the life of your car.

A good exhaust pipe can hold up high temperature.

Most pipes are made from iron and steel and these materials conduct heat. Some metals, when exposed to heat, they corrode and change color easily. Also, pure metals are too heavy and hard to be made into pipes. Good thing there are nickel-chromium-based alloys that are commonly used for making exhaust pipes. These alloys are lighter and more malleable than other metals. At high temperature, these alloys remain strong. Most pipe manufacturer use this kind of metal because they can be shaped and cut into thin sheets and yet remains highly adaptive to extreme heat.

A good exhaust pipe does not chip or flake.

Over time, tailpipes become weak and fragile. Old exhaust pipes tend to chip and flake as if they are decaying. The oxidation process is what makes the pipe become just like that. So again, when buying an exhaust pipe, look for the ones that are made from silicon-molybdenum cast iron or spheroidal graphite. These materials are proven to be strong against the effects of oxidation.

How much is an exhaust pipe?

Exhaust pipe replacement costs will vary depending on your vehicle’s specific year, make, and model. OE replacement parts will typically cost you anywhere between $5 to $5,000. These are available for sale individually, in sets of two, or as part of a kit.

As a critical component of your vehicle’s exhaust system, it is advisable to have a licensed mechanic do any exhaust pipe repair or replacement work for you. Working with a professional will ensure that the part is properly and safely installed.

A Guide to changing your Car's Exhaust Pipe

The exhaust pipe is the one responsible for the final task of the whole exhaust system in a car-to let the noxious gases out of the engine. The exhaust pipe serves as an outlet where all these emissions or smoke come out.

Replacing the pipe on your car is not that difficult as long as you have the right tools and pieces of equipment. Always check your vehicle's manual as well for repair tips and guides. If you want to take the challenge of installing a new exhaust pipe, here is what you need to do.

How difficult is it? Moderate

How long does it take? 30 minutes

You need the following:

  • Screwdriver
  • WD-40 wrench
  • Impact gun
  • New exhaust pipe
  • Car jack or ramp

Here are the steps:

Step 1: Read your car's manual to know which type of tailpipe you should buy as a replacement. The year, model, and type of your vehicle may require a specific size of a pipe. You may also ask the help of store personnel if you feel a little confused.

Step 2: You must lift the rear part of your car because you need to work on that part. You may use a ramp or jack. Ensure that the vehicle stands firmly on the ramp to avoid accidents.

Step 3: Locate the old exhaust pipe. You can see that a clamp holds the pipe in place. By removing the clamp, you can detach the pipe from the entire exhaust system. Carefully lift the clamp.

Step 4: You would notice that the pipe is still connected to the exhaust manifold. You must remove all the bolts that hold the pipe to the manifold. The pipe may be old and some bolts are rusted and hard to take off. You can use a wrench or the impact gun to loosen these stubborn bolts. After this, remove the exhaust manifold completely.

Step 5: Disconnect the pipe's hanger. The hanger is what holds the pipe to the vehicle's body. Again, you can use your wrench to take off the bolts that attaches the pipe to the hanger.

Step 6: Remove the old pipe from the car. Get ready to install the new one. Insert the new exhaust pipe around the port. Make sure that it fits well. Once it is in place, fasten the bolts again.

Step 7: Attach the pipe hanger again, return the manifold and tighten the bolts again. Once you're finished, you should check if the pipe is aligned with your car's bumper.

Step 8: Lower your car, clean your tools, then you're done!

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