where would I buy some of that rtv stuff or something just as good? and how do you put it on?
thanks bryan!For the gaskets I reused your OEM gasket with just a small amount of RTV on the metal gasket. I then used the supplied Berk gasket on the rear. Here is how it goes. You only need a tiny bit of RTV for safe measure. They will rub it between their fingers and just leave a very thin layer. It probably isn't really needed but won't hurt being extra cautious.
STOCK: header / ring gasket A / OEM Bpipe / metal gasket B / exhaust
MODDED: header / metal gasket / Berk Pipe / Berk gasket / exhaust
I was told that when the new parts are available, they'd issue a UPS call tag to have the original left side part picked up and would ship a 4x4 version in its place. So in addition to the original 'free' (included) shipping, they're paying all the shipping both ways on the replacement.has anyone with a 4X4 got an update on the b-pipes yet?
Those who have them should set their phone or camera under the transmisssion crossmember facing upwards. Take a video of the stock set up, then after the swap, another at the same location for the after video... That's where you will really hear the difference in sound, there is definitely no doubt that the exhaust coming out the rear is louder too because of the increased flow...Who else has gotten their B-pipes installed? Just curious to see some more start up video's! Keep 'em coming guy's!!!