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Old 08-07-2009, 06:41 PM
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Just wondering if anyone knows where I can get the reducers that MAC makes for their exhaust the go from 2 1/2" to 3". I've got a 2 1/2" mid pipe and I got a great deal on some 3" MAC pro-dumps but they won't bolt together. Thanks for any help!
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try your local auto store? they should have reducers
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Autoparts store or just get some new flow tubes and cut off the 3in part and weld on the new tubes.
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/WLK-41973/
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MAC makes a specific one that they sell with their 3" catbacks. I didn't know if anyone had any laying around from their 3" catbacks or not. Local autoparts store doesn't apply here. I live in the country I'm 50 miles from the nearest autozone lol. I work at a smaller shop/parts store but we don't carry anything like that.
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Also I'm not sure if anyone is familiar with MAC exhaust but it uses the same 2 bolt flanges that the stock exhaust uses. I'd rather not cut it up because when I drop my 408 in I'm going to a 3" midpipe with longtubes and this catback will fit properly then. I e-mailed MAC I guess I'll see what they say.
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All mustang exhaust's use the 2 bolt flange.
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I wasn't sure, just thought I'd throw it out there. Didn't know if some companies used the slip in style or not.
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I'm sure there are a couple that do but still. The link I sent I was thinking you would weld them onto what you have now.
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