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Old 09-12-2006, 11:40 PM   #1  
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Default Prochamber from a LT set up...will it fit

Just got a Prochamber from my bud and he had it on his '99 Cobra w/LT........Will this fit onto my '02 with stock manifolds??? Has anyone done this??? I know cutting is probably involved (no problem) but I wonder if clearence issues and O/R issues (I have front cats and no rear cats) will be a problem....

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no, it won't work since it's a shortie design
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Old 09-12-2006, 11:54 PM   #3  
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no, it won't work since it's a shortie design
It came off a Long Tube Header Design.....or do you mean my stock manifolds are the shorty design????

Please clarify and BTW LOVE YOUR AVATAR!!!! I do that EVERYTIME I crank the Mustang up
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Old 09-12-2006, 11:58 PM   #4  
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The midpipe is a shorty design... YOU need a regular one that fits the stock manifolds/shorty headers.
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Ahhhhhh I have a mad genius for a welder and I wonder if he can cut the flanges and just weld her up there????? Anyone done this before???

Thanks for the clarification

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well i wouldn't do that, but what ever humps your camel man.... just get some L/T's ftw
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It will not work. the long tube headers come down at a different angle then the stock mid pipe does. there would be so many bends and unless your friend has a way to make manderal bender it wont be worth the effort.
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Isnt the mid-pipe on a cobra different from the GT's? I thought it wouldnt fit even if it was a regular sized mid pipe.
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I guess I am going to have to bring it to him and let him size it up...... O/R H-pipe might be in order (using Prochamber because it is free)

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I guess I am going to have to bring it to him and let him size it up...... O/R H-pipe might be in order (using Prochamber because it is free)

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You're asking for way more trouble than its worth. It's not like you can just cut a few things and weld them.... you're missing about 2 feet of piping, piping that has to be spot on if you want them to lineup with the stock manifold, ESPECIALLY the passenger side since it isnt cupped.
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