Join Date: Mar 2003
Bullitt Year: No Bullitt
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Bullitt Serialized Number: 9999
you had said, you don't want to destroy the stock exhaust. what part are you wanting to keep as close to stock as possible?
if all you are doing is replacing the mufflers with the stingers, just cut the mufflers out while leaving enough pipe on each end of the muffler that someone could cut a short piece to reattach the stock muffler and then weld the stingers in or clamp them in if you want to be able to change back to the stock mufflers. if you are replacing the whole cat back with bigger pipes, then I would cut it to the front of the car, in front of the rear axle where as it leaves the muffler and starts up toward the axle at a point you can easily reach to cut and also allow an easy piece to be welded in to put it back to stock. if you cut it close to the muffler, you run the risk of not being able to feed it over the axle to remove it due to the length. then you are back to the separation issue which is tricky as I said.
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