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Whats the easiest (brand) downpipe to install on an OBS? I'm expecting firewall mods but is one easier than another?
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they are all pretty much the same, you wanna get a 2 piece one, since that will be the easiest, but most are 2 piece.


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^^^^ What RD said.....and there are no 'easy' ones they are a PITA to put in. Agreed on the 2 piece

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^^^^ What RD said.....and there are no 'easy' ones they are a PITA to put in. Agreed on the 2 piece
They aren't that bad with a 2X4 and a 12LB sledge hammer.

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They aren't that bad with a 2X4 and a 12LB sledge hammer.
That's funny!!

I disconnected the stock pipe from the turbo and exhaust then used a long pry bar to bend the firewall outta the way using the stock pipe as a leverage. Torched off the top part of the pipe and pulled 'er out the bottom. Worked pretty slick.

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