Originally Posted by RangerEdgeWhite
No but I'm not sure if you keep the same layout of the stock exhaust , what I did was I made a sidesweep so it comes out the side before the tire but if you keep the stock piping from the catalatyic converter to the glasspack and put new tubing on the other side with a reducer with a bigger diameter their would be know back pressure because its opened up .
I haven't lossed torque I actually gained quite abit and I gained 15 horses. And its a lot more peppy when you give it gas
so you noticed a good gain in performance? and you let it exit right infront of the rear tire? did you also keep the cats in? and you think id be fine with using the stock exhaust piping behind the tire? i just dont want to lost annnyyy torque whatsoever i need it lol