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Ok...i just ordered my flowmaster 40's with the V6 conversion resonator....i was told this is bolt on however on one of my pipes (i have a picture if you need a visual-just give me an addy) is welded on. So how can this be bolt on? Im in cali so you know these exhaust shops wont touch this. Can I get some advice before I start on this and how to do this?

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If it's a cat-back they will.

bolt-on sometimes means weld-on too.
 

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oh crap.

i got the directions too and it says i have to cut the pipe 12inches from the resonator...I bet that joint will need welded.
 

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THIS WAS A B*****! I was worried bout the cutting but the real deal is gettin it to hang on the hangers right. NOT FUN. That was honestly the hardest part. Also it takes two people to slide that resonator on.

All and all, im satisfied with the install...sounds good too.


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question: I get this knocking sound from under the vehicle like near the rear passenger seat after I drive for a while on the highway and then it does it everytime I accelerate. At first I thought I was dragging a muffler like it fell off the hanger or something but everything looks fine.
 

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Does it hit on the small brace that goes across the vehicle? My flowmaster kit rattled against it at first, but a cut-off wheel fixed it well.
 
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