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Old 06-15-2013, 08:50 PM   #1
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Off road h pipe install

Im thinking about getting an pypes off road h pipe i found on craigslist. If i got it would there be anyone in the SoCal area near temecula that would be down to help with the install? My dad is living out of state for work so he wouldnt be able to help me.
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Dont pay someone to put it on, they will charge you $100+ and say it takes 2-3 hours. Its literally a 30 minute install yourself with jacks, a socket wrench and an extension. Theres 4 bolts up by the headers (2 on each side), 3 O2 sensors (use a wrench) and 4 bolts near the middle on the car (connect to your catback pipes and 2 on each side), and then just put the offroad on in the opposite order and boom! Fire that bad boy up. I do it all the time for friends and my car. Best possiblw combo is offroad h and borla stingers, sounds deep and loud.
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Would i need to buy new gaskets/clamps or can i use the stock ones?
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You can use the same gaskets most of the times
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You can use the same gaskets most of the times
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If you have a 05-09 there are no gaskets. It is a ball and socket joint where the mid pipe meets the manifold. As far as clamps go you should be able to reuse them but make sure you get 2 with the off road pipe. If not you have to pick 2 up at a autoparts store. Make sure you got the right tools before getting into it but like he said above, don't pay someone to do it. You have to eventually put your stock H back on to pass inspection and emissions anyways so might as well just DIY. A torque wrench and breaker bar along with a 15mm deep socket and some PB blaster and you should be good to go. Hardest part is getting the stock H off and the o2 senors out...
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