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post #1 of 7 Old 09-21-2007, 12:01 PM Thread Starter
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I need some instruction to put in a stock downpipe for the turbo to where the cat use to be. It is very tight, should i take the turbo off and it pipes for room or is the a easier way?
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I dont think you can install any downpipe without modifying the firewall or moving the engine. I had to cut the top off my factory downpipe to remove it when I installed my 3".

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Why are you going with the stock downpipe? I would replace it with a 3" since it has to be done.

The way i do 'em is a little involved, but it seems to work well on the trucks I have worked on. Remove the nuts from the motor mounts, raise the engine a little and rock it side to side until you get the clearance you need. It only takes a little while.

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i agree with pipelayer. why go with a a stock downpipe? that should be one of the first mods (exhaust). the stock flat pipe is to restrictive.
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Ok you talk me into it I will put a new downpipe in
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its worth it, after i changed my exhaust, wished i had done it sooner. i love to hear the turbo sing!!!

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Glad to hear. You won't regret it!

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