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Anonymous Sep 22, 8:01pm - #47034 
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Installed Hotchkis Camber Links

Got the Hotchkis camber links on about a week ago, finally got around to getting the whole car re-aligned, and i love it, the back end of my car feels a lot more sturdy now, and i'm guessing that i'm gonna stop eating up my tires.

but now i'm faced with another problem.

My exhaust runs through that area (it's just a universal HKS hiper muffler) and it is hitting on the camber link, so should i angle the exhaust like i've seen on several cars and really liked? or should i try to figure out a way to get the piping changed around?
Angle my exhast or rework the piping?
Only one choice allowed


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VSGTS14 Sep 22, 8:34pm - #47035 

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changing the piping means you are going to have bends in it...
try to angle it...or make it the best possible way of reworking.
or buy a TSRM.

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DJ_Curtiz Sep 22, 8:48pm - #47036 
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Angle Exhaust thumbsdown

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Grand-Touring-Dan Sep 22, 9:10pm - #47037 
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Thats a do what you want call. You say you like the angled exhaust, now you have a reason to do it. Since the exhaust needs modifying, why not do what you want...catch my drift?

Dan
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