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Old 11-12-2012, 07:07 PM   #1
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soo i just ordered the slp loudmouth 1 catback for my 4.6 and was wondering what to expect during installation, am i going to need a welder, and what tools would i need to take the stock exhaust pipes out? and a lift? or can i do it just on jacks? and how long would it probably take? thanks guys.
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Old 11-12-2012, 11:18 PM   #2
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no welding or anything like that. Most people just cut the stock pipes in front of the axle because it is a pain getting them out w/o cutting them. Couple people have said they got them out by jacking the car up itself and letting the rear hang all the way down. See how it works for ya. SLP is easy as pie to install because of the 3 piece design. If you ever go with an aftermarket midpipe definitly go with LM2s or the Powerflos, LM1s are obnoxiously loud. Have fun with it.
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