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Well I just basicly got finished fixing my car, yes, long and strectched out project of new plugs, wires, rotor, cap, igniton module, and coil. hmmm. a month long project that can all be done in a couple hours. <_<

yesterday when I started it up I noted that it was very thoaty and really lound. I thought just a hole in the exhaust. Until I heard a horrible scraping noise leaving from a store parking lot. I ignored it until i pulled in my drive way.

Once I get home look under my car and my whole exhaust system is hanging about a 1/2 inch off the ground.

Im not only pissed that the exhaust is broke. but im pissed since its origninal and has very very little rust on it. but since i draged it home its well scraped up badly. From experience after the stock system goes its every 2 years to the muffler shop.

Im thinking of going with some flowmasters though. One thing is how do I explain a straight pipe through the Cat. converter?

Why take it in when I can do it myself?? just because I can afford it and I really dont feel like working on a car that i dont have to.

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capriceman    0

yep

I hope a newer truck doesnt have this problem. God i hope its more advanced than a distributer :):P

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capriceman    0

I got back around 7 so it was to dark, I will deal with it this weekend. jack it up and give it an exam. At least its nice to have a back up car.

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