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The flow tubes (inlet) are welded to the muffler and the turn down tips include the needed clamps. You'll reuse the existing bolts/nuts from your mid pipe.
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The piping and location of the mufflers are the same, the difference is the location of the muffler hanger which makes it specific to 79-98.
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If an exhaust shop fabbed up a dual outlet mid pipe for you, these could be used. You could also use part number PAC-821126, but that would require use of longtubes. There are also v6 specific catbacks that utilize your existing midpipe and are a bolt on fitment and definitely increase sound. To help provide guidance on which methods to pursue, we created a v6 performance guide seen at the link below that explains the differences between the years and what fits, and what wont. It also discusses mods that help make a nice performance difference on these cars.
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