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is there anything i would need in addition to this: http://www.americanmuscle.com/borla-...-2005-gt.html#
other than an x pipe to convert my 07 v6 to dual exhaust? or am i completely off? lol, still learning...and dreaming for when i can finally make enough money to do this stuff. im planning on mowing yards this summer when i get back from college, makes more money than any legitimate job ive ever had haha
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Might as well and try and pull the engine without a cherry picker as well...
A lift is needed for a non-hair and teeth pulling install.
Or a deep ditch with narrow sides you can safely straddle.
The GT and V6 are the same from the cats back but its
not a true bolt together install.
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