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Old 05-21-2013, 01:27 AM   #1
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right side of y pipe hanging low (stock exhaust)

the passenger side of my y pipe hangs a couple of inches lower than the left side, and quite a bit lower than the rest of the car around there. It's been that way since i bought the car. I was just wondering if that's normal, and if an aftermarket y pipe would do the same. I'm planning to lower my car something like 1"-1.5", and while its not a daily driver, I'm worried that ground clearance could become an issue.
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Re: right side of y pipe hanging low (stock exhaust)

mines the same way
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