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Old 09-27-2013, 12:41 PM   #1
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Will a dual exhaust from a GT fit on my 2003 v6 automatic?
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Old 09-27-2013, 12:55 PM   #2
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Will a dual exhaust from a GT fit on my 2003 v6 automatic?
yes it will bolt right up.
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yes it will bolt right up.
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You will need to take it to a shop and have them weld it and chop you're y pype.
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yes it will bolt right up.
Not even close to bolting up.

Venom is right you'll need either a midpipe adapter or a shop to weld it up
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Are we talking about an Hpipe from a GT and catback or just a catback? Either way you'll need some cutting and welding work done, as Venomouz831said. The work won't be difficult for an exhaust shop though. They should be able to do it in a few hours.

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Apologies, i scanned a little bit to quickly. if you are talking about the stock exhaust system off a GT then no it won't and same with an aftermarket dual exhaust system. it will still need to be welded either way. Reason being that the v6 comes with a single exhaust along with a y pipe. Sorry guys didn't have my thinking cap on straight lol
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