any of the bolt together systems will work fine (which are most aftermarket systems). if you get something custom made and welded that will take more work. the hard part isn't installing, but removing the stock exhaust. if your bolts are seized (flex to catback) could be a pain, but the bigger issie is you have to cut the back section in front of the rear subframe to remove it. not a bad process if you have the right tools to cut it with.
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