I don't own a welder and have never used one, but I'm fairly good at soldering. Can a custom exhaust be soldered together or will the heat of the exhaust just undo the soldering?
Personally, I wouldn't do either one. For a V6, I'd replace them both with something. And if your going to replace those, why not just do the whole thing, new cats, resonator, pipe to the rear, and muffler (or mufflers if you choose dual look)BTW, which would sound better, just removing the resonator, or just removing the muffler. Or would it sound bad either way?
but I'm fairly good at soldering. Can a custom exhaust be soldered together or will the heat of the exhaust just undo the soldering?
i can assure you 100% that lead aka solder will most certainly not hold up to the heat vibrations expanding and contracting of the exhaust pipes.uh... solder them on... jk, it was just an idea. I just wanted to know if it would work, and now I know it probably wouldn't. I'm going to be working at a golf course on the maintenance crew and in the maintenance building they have a full size lift like a full time shop would have, and I would think they would have a welder too, but I'm not sure.
nope 97 not sure on 96 but are both probably the same.These are my favorites:
a 96/97 sport I think. Has the stripes, but says lx on the back, did the sports say something different?
V6 like what I have, so it gives me hope. Doesn't sound nearly as good as the Sport, but I don't think it's too bad for a V6.