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My head is spinning.

Can they be installed without welding? This way I can at least heard it and drive it to the shop to be welded.

Any other surprises I should know about?
 

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i always thought they had to be, i may be wrong. i know mine is :)
 

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IT will need to be welded. Some folks will get it set up close and use hose clamps to get them to the muffler shop.

Casey
 

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Dynomax makes a band clamp that works good, it doesn't crush the pipe like a regular exhaust clamp does.

The only thing to consider is ground clearance. The Dr Gas X-pipe merges in front underneath the trans, so if your car is lowered that might be something to think about.

-Billy
 

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get it welded, trust me
 

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Thank you very much everyone.

One last question.

Will I be able to remove the x-pipe to put the cats on for emissions?

Oh, and what about the smog tube. I don't think the x-pipe has a connector. What do I do with that?
 

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yep, i can pull my xpipe in 10min, faster if i had a lift :D (this is the shorty xpipe that works with LT's)

if you need a connector, you can always have a shop weld one on. they welded on hangers for me (for the tranny xmember)
 
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