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Old 02-04-2014, 10:53 AM   #1
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Exhaust install help

This is my first time doing an exhaust and I need some help! So I recently received my Mac off road prochamber and flow 10s. I just called around a little to look to get quotes on the job, but none of the shops will install the off road midpipe. How do I get this done?
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Man thas a pretty easy install. The hard part will be getting the bolts broke loose. Coat it with WD40 . If you can work a socket wrench you can change the exhaust. Should only take a couple hours. Are you dumping it or adding over axle pipes? If you want the over axle puoes that may be an issue because you dont have a pipe bender. I always dump mine. The reason a shop won't do it is because its against the law for them to remove you catalitic converters.
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Well it's a mid pipe only made for a gt and I've got a 6 so it requires welding.
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Well it's a mid pipe only made for a gt and I've got a 6 so it requires welding.
Oh...dang. yeah that may be a problem...lol
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They said they could just weld it on after the cats, but I dont want cats haha D:
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Maybe get an exhaust shop to make it fit and not install it? If they can do that then I can get it installed for you

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That's a brilliant idea! I'll ask about that
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Rent a uhaul and trailer it in. If its not for the street, it don't need cats, and they should do it.
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How much does that cost? Haha
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Rent a uhaul and trailer it in. If its not for the street, it don't need cats, and they should do it.
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He means if it's not a street legal car then you can just tow it to their shop and have them install it. But since it's your DD that doesn't work
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He means if it's not a street legal car then you can just tow it to their shop and have them install it. But since it's your DD that doesn't work
Actually works very well...did it with my Goat.
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Actually works very well...did it with my Goat.
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Him interesting. I'd assume you took the plates off when you towed it in?
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Nope. Plates just say that it was street legal at the time of registration. U can take any street legal car and decide to only use it on the track, ie not federal or state roads....and still keep the plates on.
Another option (that I did many years ago) is tell them to make u a test pipe with ur parts. That way, they will build a cat delete pipe and u can go home and install it when u want.
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Nope. Plates just say that it was street legal at the time of registration. U can take any street legal car and decide to only use it on the track, ie not federal or state roads....and still keep the plates on.
Another option (that I did many years ago) is tell them to make u a test pipe with ur parts. That way, they will build a cat delete pipe and u can go home and install it when u want.
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Hmm that's good to know
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