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Old 08-02-2015, 12:26 PM   #1
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Would putting GT over axles and GT stingers on my v6 be a simple bolt on?

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Yep. Just loosen up some clamps and work the pipe off. Then work the new pipe in and tighten the clamps. Do that while aligning the tips to make sure they're centered and even.
Once you're under it, it's pretty self explanatory.

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Hmm, doesn't the Gt's pipe have a little bigger diameter than the 3.7s? I could be wrong though.

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Hmm, doesn't the Gt's pipe have a little bigger diameter than the 3.7s? I could be wrong though.

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You correct on the size difference. It will be a simple bolt on until you try and couple the midpipe to the catback this is the only mod needed to make it work. To make it easier the op can get the oem gt h-pipe and weld it in place of the v6 hybrid section

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3.7 exhaust is 2.25" and 5.0s I believe at 2.5"

You can always get an adapter piece at any auto store to make it happen without having to weld anything. You run the risk of an exhaust leak but it'd be a lot cheaper than welding.

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