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      02-25-2014, 12:36 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by scotty_miller
You'll have to have the stock muffler cut off and then have that welded in its place. Personally what I would do is have the muffler shop cut the whole shebang off from the resonator back. Have them bend a 2 1/2 inch pipe into a less flow restrictive bend and then have them blow up the or expand the last inch of the pipe to have it fit over the top of the pipe on the back of the eisenmann, don't even use the clamp and have it welded. Then I would have them take the it and put it back on the hangers, have the pipe rewelded to the resonator, pay your bill and call it a day haha. Muffler shop I go to would do it for 50 bucks haha
That sounds like a lot of work for a muffler.