What is needed for this exhaust??

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  1. ramrod

    ramrod Well-Known Member

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    What do i need to get this exhaust to fit on my 95 gt? I've been obsessing over this look. If anyone can give me the actual parts needed that would be great. I know its for an IRS suspension but what is needed for a SRA? Any help appreciated. Thanks!

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    lwarrior1016 Well-Known Member SN95 Supporter

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    As far as I know, the catback and some custom hangers is all thats needed. It might not sit completely level under the gas tank because of the axle being there.
     
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    white95 BNR32 or bust Staff Member SN95 Supporter

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    bolt it on and go
     
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    and then polish it. They didn't come that way stock.
     
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    lwarrior1016 Well-Known Member SN95 Supporter

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    Yeah, I forgot about that part.
     
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    So I don't have to do any modification to my mufflers, hpipe, etc. everything just bolts right up? Only reason I ask is I see the tailpipe ends that go to the mufflers towards the center of the car. I didn't know if I needed different mufflers or hangers? And do the pipes go over the sra like the stock ones. I'm assuming that I need to buy the whole cat back kit?


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    lwarrior1016 Well-Known Member SN95 Supporter

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    An entire catback is needed. It will replace the mufflers on your car. The h pipe is just fine in there. This kit will go under the axle and you will have to fabricate custom hangers to get it all in place.
     
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    Or buy and install an IRS and then no custom hangers needs!!! ;-)


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    Hmmmm, 40 dollars worth of hangers or 100's of dollars on a IRS.




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    Your right, not even a question worth pondering!!!











    So your gonna buy an IRS! Lol


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    .....shiiiiiiit.....I wouldn't even know what to get and how to put one on my car.


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    For the most part they bolt right in. You can get the whole assembly ready to install pretty readily if you keep your eyes open for one.




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    lwarrior1016 Well-Known Member SN95 Supporter

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    It's not hard at all, just takes a little work. The most custom part is building brake lines
     
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    I always liked that look just looks super close to the pavement in lowered cars.
     
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    I love the irs exhaust look!

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    Am I the only one that never found it any more exciting then the regular pipes? Just never got excited by a couple of extra bends, dunno...
     
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    Never really did anything for me. Looks good but not anything I'd go out of my way for.

    But others may not of put in the effort or cared for side exit exhaust and I love that.

    To each their own.


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    Its worth it for the IRS.


    That said, i havent paid a dime for either of the IRS' in the two cars i have put them under. Most of the time if your patient, you can find a cobra guy willing to swap straight up or for very little out of pocket $$$$ depending on the mods you/they may have.


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