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This is a discussion on Fabricated exhaust within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Thank you this really helps. So the exhaust doesn't go over the rear axle, okay. Does the muffler scrape after ...

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    Registered User PhillySS's Avatar
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    Thank you this really helps. So the exhaust doesn't go over the rear axle, okay. Does the muffler scrape after you lowered it?

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    Your welcome. It goes under the axle to the side of the diff. I have scraped a few times since lowering. I just did a gradual bend after the diff so the muffler sits up at an angle and to the passenger side. Was fine before I lowered it. I just need to cut the piping after the diff, to rotate the bend up and add a bend to get the entire muffler up higher.
    Been meaning to do it, but been real busy at the shop I work at.

    It only scrapes on steep driveways.
    14 sedan Limited: AEM intake, Tomioka IC hose, Cobb AP V3, Invidia down pipe with 3" cat, custom 3" mandrel bent single exhaust, Aem air fuel gauge,Cobb knob,Perrin Pitch Stop mount, SPT front strut tower brace, K-Sport coilovers@1.5" drop.

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    Okay gotcha, thanks for the insight! 😄

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