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Front Flexor Pipe has a hole in it! (Exhaust Question) #285707 Sep 27, 12:29pm Sep 27, 12:29pm
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Front Flexor Pipe has a hole in it! (Exhaust Question)
My front flexor pipe has a hole in it.

I'm going to purchase a catbak system, but i don't belive it includes the front flexor pipe with it because the cat converter is inback of the flexor pipe. Is that true or will buying the cat bak be all i need?

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Re: Front Flexor Pipe has a hole in it! (Exhaust Question) [Re: bbott] #285708 Sep 27, 3:14pm Sep 27, 3:14pm
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flex pipe has a hole... i don't think that a cat-back would cover it. What cat-back were you planning on? I heard that pacesetter is a POS and shouldn't even be considered. I would rather go with the custom set up i have right now.


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Re: Front Flexor Pipe has a hole in it! (Exhaust Question) [Re: bloodredgt] #285709 Sep 27, 5:20pm Sep 27, 5:20pm
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Originally Posted by bloodredgt
flex pipe has a hole... i don't think that a cat-back would cover it. What cat-back were you planning on? I heard that pacesetter is a POS and shouldn't even be considered. I would rather go with the custom set up i have right now.


A pacesetter frown

Am i going to have to purchase the flexor pipe also? UGHH

Re: Front Flexor Pipe has a hole in it! (Exhaust Question) [Re: bbott] #285710 Sep 28, 5:49pm Sep 28, 5:49pm
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More than likely you are going to have to have a new flex pipe. I personally would go with Custom exhaust. That is what I did, I got a 3 inch downpipe with full 3 inch exhaust and capped it off with a Apex-i N1 Muffler. Also, I no longer have a cat. The car growls now and the Performance gain is very impressive. Just another option for you to think about.


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Re: Front Flexor Pipe has a hole in it! (Exhaust Question) [Re: Seanscn] #285711 Sep 28, 9:29pm Sep 28, 9:29pm
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Yup, exhaust shop can fix that for you..
They fixed my flex pipe on my old celica GT for $60 everything included. It took about 15 minutes.


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