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Old 09-11-2004, 08:48 PM   #1
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I have a v6 stang and i am installing a take-off v8 stangs exhaust. how hard is it gonna be to put on the takeoff exhaust? what troubles am i gonna run into (if any.) any info would help!!! -David
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i dont think 2 different body styles are compatible (94-98, 99+)

other than that, I don't think there should be any issues.
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Old 09-11-2004, 08:53 PM   #3
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you need a mid-pipe
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I have a v6 stang and i am installing a take-off v8 stangs exhaust. how hard is it gonna be to put on the takeoff exhaust? what troubles am i gonna run into (if any.) any info would help!!! -David
Take-off exhaust? Do you mean from the headers to the tailpipes?
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the take off includes the tips, mufflers, and pipe from muffler to the cat, Im gonna cut 2 pieces off of the y pipe and use that as the mid pipe.
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hmmm..... Well I think that you shouldn't have any problems. And then I think you should either a) buy a O/R h-pipe if possible, or b) have an exhaust shop cut your y-pipe and make it duals for you and then they can weld in your catback setup.
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