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Old 03-09-2014, 11:22 AM   #15
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Old 03-10-2014, 06:03 AM   #16
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Someone local should be able to help. I have jack and stands. I could help you with your exhaust. I would not recommend changing the over pipe till you goto replace your headers. Till then just do the cat-back exhaust.
EXPLAIN MOAR ON OVERPIPE PLEASE!! i saw a j2 bundle but wasnt sure about overpipes. Everyone just talks about it with turbos and stuff.
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EXPLAIN MOAR ON OVERPIPE PLEASE!! i saw a j2 bundle but wasnt sure about overpipes. Everyone just talks about it with turbos and stuff.
seems like when you install headers you have to uninstall the overpipe or at least loosen it up just to fit the headers properly so it's better to do both at the same time. I always thought the overpipe was the biggest pain and headers were the easiest.
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