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Old 08-24-2012, 03:13 PM   #1
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How Do You Fix A Exhaust?
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How Do You Fix A Exhaust?
Leak?
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where's the leak?
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Is it by the manifold or more down? Have you put an aftermarket exhaust on it?
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No It's Still The Stock

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An it By the manifold
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An it By the manifold
Yea it's a very common problem with these gt's. Does it make a loud noise when driving
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Old 08-24-2012, 05:38 PM   #8
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Ya An It Sputters Alot

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So Is It A Quick Fix Or Will It Be A Project
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So Is It A Quick Fix Or Will It Be A Project
Yea sounds like a cracked manifold. You can get it reweleded or buy some new ones. I had the same problem on my old v6 and at the time I took it to a shop just to get it re welded. They took out the part and welded it everything was like 150
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That's Not That bad. Thanks Big Help
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No problem or you can always upgrade to longtubes since you're gimme be there messing with it
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Wat are those?
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Longtubes headers are like elongated headers for more hp and sounds. Look em up on American muscle
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Will Do. Thanks again
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Ok question! I have LT headers o/r x no cats with borla muffler I want louder I'm looking to order Slp lm1 shotgun muffler do y'all think it will make big difference?
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Old 08-25-2012, 10:36 AM   #17
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They Should But If Yur Changing It Go With Flow Master
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no flow master they are some of most restritive mufflers out there. yes the slp lm1 will be louder and flow better. the slp lm1 is a race style muffler. that's why its loud witch i like and flows really well
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To the OP, if you get long tube headers you're going to have to get shorty mid pipes. It gets pricy, especially if you get the high flow catalytic converters..
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To the OP, if you get long tube headers you're going to have to get shorty mid pipes. It gets pricy, especially if you get the high flow catalytic converters..
Exhaust shop and custom fit his mid.pipe
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Of course the Slp by a long shot I just want to b shure b4 I place the order
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Old 08-25-2012, 12:42 PM   #22
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Custom fit by welding?
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Old 08-26-2012, 10:50 PM   #23
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Question! Can anybody find the 03 saleen center exhaust I found some but it said discontinued?????
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