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No sir, this kit will only fit a GT if the bumper cover is modified for the LX style tips, or if your are running a 93 Cobra style bumper cover. Our description will be updated shortly.
Answered by Jonathan M. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
For this to work on a v6, if you have a 99-04 car and want to retain the factory catalytic converters, you can mate this up with PAC-822921 and it will work on the car. You will also need to purchase the exhaust hangers, PYP-MHV6 and PYP-TPHV6. The v6 bumper does not have cutouts for dual exhaust, so your exhaust shop would either have to lengthen the tailpipe hanger rods, or you will need to install a GT bumper. If you want to eliminate your cats as well, all of the above will still apply, but I would recommend the PYP-XFM19 midpipe as it bolts to the manifolds and eliminates the cats. If your car is a 94-97, an exhaust shop would have to fab up a custom mid pipe for this catback to bolt on. No rear bumper modifications are needed on 94-98 cars.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | 1 Comments 1 0
Dumps will cause quite a bit of drone as it is dumping noise directly beneath the car. This will redirect it to the back of the car and will cut down on drone significantly over what you are currently running.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
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