Tom Brooks· Registered
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Has anyone done this yet to the fist? Does it depend on what type of exhaust, connections? Can you do this with simple 12" ramps or do you have to have a lift?
Not difficult at all but yes you do need to cut the pipe.Reports I've read suggest the stock exhaust needs to be cut for removal. That could be tough on ramps.
This is a good idea.When I do it I want to cut where the exhaust tunnel brace is so if I have to put it back, I just get a 55mm Torca coupler and the brace will hide everything.
I do too.I can see your point but I have access to a lift and if I mistakenly buy an exhaust that is far too loud, I like a backup plan.
Can I ask where you got yours done?View attachment 805 View attachment 806 For $136.00 I got some 3 inch pipe and a dynomax super turbo muffler from summitracing. Custom cat back and it fits with the frame brace in place. Next I'll make a down pipe.