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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-12-2018, 09:54 PM Thread Starter
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Tearing it down to see what I got. Now that I have removed a lot of it, that exhaust really looks stupid, kinda like dual aft cannon. Took all the bracket bolts loose, but really just want the mufflers off. Do they slide off or do I have to remove everything from the heads?
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Tearing it down to see what I got. Now that I have removed a lot of it, that exhaust really looks stupid, kinda like dual aft cannon. Took all the bracket bolts loose, but really just want the mufflers off. Do they slide off or do I have to remove everything from the heads?
Dunno...but I do know stock exhaust is very heavy and very restrictive, intake is light but also restrictive .
Aftermarket the way to go.
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Sure enough, two rusted up cooked on exhaust bolts later that sht hit the pavement. You are right, it came off as one piece and man was it heavy. One more piece on the scrap heap.
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Were is a good place to get exhaust for these bad boys?
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