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Old 05-15-2014, 06:50 PM   #1
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installing pypebomb axle back on 14 GT

Hey guys, Finally got my Pype Bombs. Got 'em up on the hangers but I am busting my butt lining them up with the exhaust pipe. The


auto is on stands. Just can't seem to get the fit. Any suggestions?? Thanks is advance. Tom
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Pype bombs are known for having not the best fitment! That being said it can be done playing with the OTA pipes. Disconnect the OTA pipe from your mid pipe & move it around till it hooks up & lines up ur exhaust! It helps to have a buddy while ur doing it to tighten it up once it's on straight!
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Pypes are on

The pypes are on, thank to your on-line help. Sound great. Now what do I do with the 20 pounders I replaced on my 14 GT. Thanks again. Tom M
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The pypes are on, thank to your on-line help. Sound great. Now what do I do with the 20 pounders I replaced on my 14 GT. Thanks again. Tom M
No problem! Glad I could help!!
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my fitment of the pype bomb was not the best but nothing that could not be corrected with a little twist. I got the cat back and its LOUD, LOUD, LOUD.

did I say it was loud?
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