Sedan vs Hatch Exhaust
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    Sedan vs Hatch Exhaust

    I did a search on here to see if there were any threads about the difference in the exhaust for sedan and hatch. Didn't find anything. So what exactly is the difference between the two and why aren't they interchangeable? It seems weird to me that they're not. It's like having two 1990 gt mustangs both fox bodies one with hatch and the other being the notch back and two separate exhausts...

    Idk maybe its just me.

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    The mounting points are different, the underbody is not the same, and the hatch is actually snorter than the sedan... so even if the hangers lined up, the sedan exhaust would stick out a couple inches


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    Quote Originally Posted by D's WRX View Post
    The mounting points are different and the hatch is actually snorter than the sedan, so even if the hangers lined up, the sedan exhaust would stick out a couple inches
    Ahhh Good to know. Just weird that there is a different platform for the two .. thanks

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