As far as attachment the muffler to the pipe, that leaves a lot of variables. I had to sand my exhaust pipe down to get my angle adapter on. The other end required the aluminum muffler tape to seal it up. I cut off the little hook for the stock muffler.Basically you have to do what you have to do to get everything to fit. No biggie.Bare
Bare, I cant get the Dunstall to fit as its the same size as the damn header pipe...I was wondering if I could/should just use a grinder and grind down the header pipe so the muffler would fit? Just hoping to get a solution to resolve this...ThanksMark
As i said before, if you get a piece of pipe about 3 inches long that fits snug into the muffler youre set. It does involve a weld though. You weld the 3 inch pipe to header, at the same time heating the muffler end with a flame then push muffler onto the new pipe. get your self a sexy stainless clamp and your done. To cover the weld you can get a small heatshield. im gonna use some heat tape once i get a spare $50 to cover the weld and the blue bits on header. should look sexy as.