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My Mac Pro Dumps have the outlets on the muffler towards the outside of the muffler rather than being on the inside, on the driveshaft side. Because my outlets are on the outer-side of the muffler will they rub on my tires?
Asked by Landon S. from Oviedo | Comment 1 0
Hey Landon you will have some rubbing issues because of the mufflers that you have on the car. You might be able to get a muffler shop to modify them.
Answered by BRYAN M. from TROY | Comment 0 0
These are designed to install onto the 86+ style dual mufflers. If your car is currently running the single side exit dual exhaust, you will need to get a double hump crossmember, H pipe or X pipe, and these will then work with the choice of muffler you go with and your exhaust shop can weld them up. You will also need to get a hanger set for the car. We recommend part number LRS-7993HNGR-K.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | 1 Comments 0 0
Unfortunately the 3" exhaust is just a tight fit no matter what suspension set up you run. Even with smaller aftermarket tubular control arms the fit is still pretty snug back there.
Answered by Scott G. from hewitt | Comment 1 0
I have a 1989 GT Convertible, I purchased & installed the cobra style bump on it, will these pipes match up with my car & system? I'm currently running H-pipe (no cats) to flow master duel system with the pipes that point downwards.
Asked by Elijah J. from Pottstown | Comment 0 0
You will still need to source an offset muffler to complete the system, but yes an exhaust shop can mate all of those components together for you as the mufflers will need to be welded to these.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
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