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TOPIC: Stock Exhaust Mod

Re:Stock Exhaust Mod? 5 years 8 months ago #11

There are plenty like these up on eBay - dirt cheap:

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Re:Stock Exhaust Mod? 5 years 8 months ago #12

How do you connect to the header pipes or mid pipes?
Why do some people drill out the rivets? Isn't the baffle plate welded to the inside muffler wall?
What if you took a hole saw and cut the baffle plate out? Can you pull the guts out?
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