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2dr Exhaust onto a 4dr info

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Old 09-21-2010, 05:08 PM   #1
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Question 2dr Exhaust onto a 4dr info

I drive a 4dr teg. If i end up trying to put on a 2dr's exhaust all ill need to make it fit is the pipe after the cat? or just delete the cat and get a test pipe long enough, cause i think its a 6-6 1/2 in difference between the exhaust
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i don't think you're suppose to delete the cat. converter.

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You can its called a test pipe. North Carolina you can do it. they dont check the exhuast come inspection time
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I drive a 4dr teg. If i end up trying to put on a 2dr's exhaust all ill need to make it fit is the pipe after the cat? or just delete the cat and get a test pipe long enough, cause i think its a 6-6 1/2 in difference between the exhaust
To make a 2 door exhaust fit on a 4 door, you will need to add about 4.25" extension between the b-pipe, and the muffler.

Do you have a GSR or LS? Keep in mind that 94-99 GSR exhausts are different lengths than the LS exhaust.
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To make a 2 door exhaust fit on a 4 door, you will need to add about 4.25" extension between the b-pipe, and the muffler.

Do you have a GSR or LS? Keep in mind that 94-99 GSR exhausts are different lengths than the LS exhaust.
its the one exception. 94-99 GSR have shorter exhaust manifolds than the rest of them.
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I got the slow one
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you have a ls then so dont worry about that exception unless.... the catback is made for 94-99 gsr
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its the one exception. 94-99 GSR have shorter exhaust manifolds than the rest of them.
They have shorter exhaust manifolds, shorter cats and longer b-pipes.

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Well if the exhaust is made for a 2 dr LS, and you have a 4 dr LS, all you will need to do is add the extension between the b-pipe and muffler.

It must be done there, if you add one between the cat and b-pipe, the hangers won't line up
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Ok thanks. Cause some dumbass exhaust shop told me it was after the cat, and i didnt think the hangars wouldve lined up so i was wanting to get this cleared up
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