To the best of my knowledge what you show is the off road ProChamber, which eliminated the stock cats and resonators. And as you have it noted, was properly installed and did not require any cutting or welding. I'm not sure why you thought it was backwards. (I have the ProChamber [For Stock Cats] version that did require cutting to leave the stock cats and resonators in place.)No the 175 quote I received was just the unbolt and bolt new one on.
I took it somewhere today where a guy showed my that my pype bomb was welded on and that the axle pype connected to the pype bomb was only 2 1/4. I originally bought mac pro chamber and pype bombs because I thought they were simple bolt ons.
Today when I got under the car I see that my Pro chamber appears to be on backwards....can anyone please let me know if I am wrong----I have called a few guys local and they laugh and say it is impossible to put an H pipe on backwards.....feeling dumb for even asking the question now.
I am not familiar with exactly where the pipe bombs typically get installed. They apparently didn't come with the appropriate connecting flanges, if they had to be welded in. Also, our exhaust size is 2 1/4" so don't know why that came up.
Hopefully those that are familiar with the pipe bombs, and I'm sure there are many, will chime in. Why didn't the guy that you took it to just say what it would take to add the typical axle back? They come with a flanged connection so he would have to either add a flange to the existing pipe after cutting out the pipe bombs or cut the flange from the axle back to allow welding.