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Old 02-19-2013, 11:53 PM   #1
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modification to svt flex

hey so i just got a svt set up (header,cat,flex) ive been looking around the net to see if it will bolt right up to a zetec cat back seems that people are saying that the flex will need minor modifications to the flange to fit on the zetec cat back just wondering what kind of modifications are needed to make it fit.


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Old 02-20-2013, 12:52 AM   #2
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It's the back flange on the flex pipe. You can test fit to see what kind of modification it will need and then take it to an exhaust shop to fix it how you need it.
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ye the flange that hooks up to the exhaust, just wanted to know like what kind of modification id have to do like is it because the flex pipe is too short, because it doesn't line up properly or because the flange holes aren't the right size ? any one that's done this swap any opinion.
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have to slot the holes on the flex.
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