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      03-02-2009, 12:43 AM   #1
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FS: Riss Racing Mid Pipes/2ndary Cat Delete pipes never installed!

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I have for sale brand new riss racing mid pipes/2ndary cat delete that I have never installed.

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are these bolt-on or do they have to be welded ?
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They do not have to be welded. I asked Adam at Riss Racing and he said that these pipes are slip jointed to your stock system so there is not welding necessary.
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great price i just payed 305 for used coated ones.
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would you know if these would bolt up to AR Design Catless DP's
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Not quite sure, but I dont' see why not. You might want to send a PM to any members of Riss Racing to ask them.
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hmm..I looked under my car..the back part of the secondary cats to the oem exhaust looks welded..how the heck does this thing bolt on ?
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Im pretty sure you have to cut it then either weld/flange/couple it.
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pick up price ?
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what kind of gains are we talkin here?
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It's about 8-10 whp, but mostly its for the extra exhaust note.
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Man id jump on this if there were high flow cats... i dont think i can go with that smell if i go completely catless
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Pending sale!
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will you pass smog with these?
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I'm not sure, but if you have the catted downpipes it'll help
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For sale again, sell didn't go through.
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Does the stock exhaust have to be cut in order to install these pipes, or is it a true bolt-on?
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I'm not sure, but if you have the catted downpipes it'll help
i have the stock dp's...if i'll pass smog with these then i'll porbably take them, is there any way of confirming perhaps?
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Does the stock exhaust have to be cut in order to install these pipes, or is it a true bolt-on?
Any clue?
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Does the stock exhaust have to be cut in order to install these pipes, or is it a true bolt-on?
This is an e-mail from Daniel at Riss Racing regarding installation as I have never installed it.

"Basically these are installed by cutting the stock pipes about an inch or so after the secondary cats. You must remove the exhaust and have a slip joint made with rivets. Then reinstall on the car and clap the RR mid pipe into place. You may also weld a small section of piping onto your stock pipe that you cut off so you can interchange the two.

Adam at Riss Racing also said per e-mail

"They will slip inside the stock piping so you do not have any leaks. When lining them up, make sure the muffler/exhaust shop leaves enough room on the stock system so you can slip joint these inside. That is crutial so there is no cut/welding necessary. "

Hopefully this answers your question.
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i have the stock dp's...if i'll pass smog with these then i'll porbably take them, is there any way of confirming perhaps?
Sorry, I have no way of confirming if these will pass smog. All I can say is these pipes can be easily installed and taken off as they slip-ons, so down the road when you car needs a smog check you can put back your stock 2ndary cats.
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What's the piping diameter? 2.5"?
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