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Old 03-11-2011, 01:36 AM   #1
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Default borla dual exhaust

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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Old 03-11-2011, 01:40 AM   #2
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Add the hanger kit as well for the driver's side muffler. But yeah, all you need is that, the kit, and an X or H pipe.
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awesome, thank you very much. is this something i could do by myself with good enough instructions? i dont have any experience working on cars but im really good at figuring things out
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If you don't like head splitting drone than you can add some resonators to the list
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Well, all you really need is patience, and a saw. There will be some cutting of the stock Y pipe to fit in the X pipe, also a lot of measuring to make sure you don't cut too little or too much off.
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Old 03-15-2011, 02:16 PM   #6
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Does that kit fit into a v6? Just asking..

Because its only recommended on GT's and up^
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Are you able to get your car on a lift?
It could be a tight fit working under the car.
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idk, would it fit a v6? i have no idea

and i dont have access to a lift, but i would figure something out that wouldnt be too hazardous 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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^yeah, but that is what france would sound like if it was an exhaust system =P

and i could figure something out, i promise you...be it digging a ditch or driving it up onto some 4x4s or something. i would get a million times more satisfaction having done it myself
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