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Old 06-30-2016, 06:10 PM   #1
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Exhaust moving

The other day my wife and I were picking her car up after getting a tire replaced on her car and she wanted to drive my car home. I told her I would follow her so I could hear the exhaust and I noticed that the tips were bouncing up and down when hitting bumps. Anybody else have this happen? I watched other cars at the same time and didn't see any bouncing so I'll be getting back under to see if everything is tight. I did notice the borla hangers don't have the little ball on the end of the hangers like the stock and roush mufflers I had on had.
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Got underneath it and checked, everything was tight but there is some play still. The rubber on the exhaust hangers is where the movement is coming from.
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I'm sure it's not the best of fixes but maybe get a big hose clamp to tighten it down and secure it a little more


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They're supposed to be able to shake around a little bit. How much movement are we talking?
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Didn't look good to me when I was behind the car watching it drive down the street. It looked liked it moved a lot, at least 2" up and down.
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2" sounds like a lot re-look at it and see if it really is moving that much and it's just not the car moving about it's suspension.
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I doubt it was really moving 2 inches, just what it looked like. Probably more like 3/4 inches.
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Is the system welded or clamped? If welded I say just normal movement if clamped I would say your clamps are not positioned right,need to move them and relighted them.
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