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Old 03-25-2013, 05:00 PM   #1
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Prolly been asked but I can't find it and didn't see it in the exhaust sticky... Will the exhaust of a 94-98 gt bolt up to my 98
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Assuming you have a V6 you will need a mid pipe that goes from the Y to H pipe. In other words yes lol the mid pipe you have now has the two headers which go like this \/ which is the v part of the Y and then the bottom part of the Y is your stock exhaust. Dual exhaust is a H mid pipe. Srry its so confusing
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Yea that confused me lol I was going to have an h-pipe fabbed up anyways so I didn't have to buy one... I just figure I bolt that exhaust up an get the mufflers switched for the ones I bought it would be way less cheaper
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Yea that confused me lol I was going to have an h-pipe fabbed up anyways so I didn't have to buy one... I just figure I bolt that exhaust up an get the mufflers switched for the ones I bought it would be way less cheaper
Yea if you can fab them yourself or have someone do it that would save you some cash
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you can run the cat back from fox bodies, sn95's, and new edges without issue once the midpipe is made up
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The top is a v6 the bottom is a gt... Could you not just unbolt it from the very back off the header and bolt it up to a v6?
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The top is a v6 the bottom is a gt... Could you not just unbolt it from the very back off the header and bolt it up to a v6?
Thats what i was trying to say lol. If you can find a GT.
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The top is a v6 the bottom is a gt... Could you not just unbolt it from the very back off the header and bolt it up to a v6?
no...the collectors are different along with the actual bends off the manifolds
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Lol yea I got the exhaust priced at like 275 to 300 how much you think that would drop it?
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that price for what exactly?
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no...the collectors are different along with the actual bends off the manifolds
You go ahead and take over here so i dont give false info lol
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The whole exhaust iv got the mufflers and iv got the tips they just have to run new pipe and weld it
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The whole exhaust iv got the mufflers and iv got the tips they just have to run new pipe and weld it
still a bit high if you're supplying all that but if that's the best you can do in your location go for it...if you can however get the tail pipes from a GT that'll make things cheaper in the long run
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That I can do guy wants I think 30 for them
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That I can do guy wants I think 30 for them
if they are in good shape buy them that should save quite a bit of labor charges since they won't have to bend the over axles..which are generally the most expensive part of our exhausts
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That's what I figured but the guy went up to 75 on them

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But I could just go to a junk yard and cut the exhaust pipes off couldn't I? If she I just need to cut from behind the muffler back right?
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yep..on a stock GT you'll be able to unbolt the tail pipes from the mufflers so no need to cut unless the bolts are rusted...then i'd just cut the bolts first to keep as much pip as possible
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