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I want to take the exhaust system on my 74Tii back to stock. It currently has a tri-Y Ansa headers and custom center and tail pipe.

I've got new Walloth center and tail sections as they were on sale.

I'm on the lookout for a good used exhaust manifold and downpipe.

I've seen pics of down pipes in 2 different styles. Which one should I be looking for?

My car has had a 5-spd conversion. Does that impact the style of downpipe I need to use?



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There's a difference between the automatic down pipe and 4 speed down pipe. Both work with the 5 speed.

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As Cris mentioned both downpipes fit, the auto downpipe has a different

bend to it and clears the 5-speed a bit better.

It is longer than the 4-speed pipe, thus the better clearance.

I have some stock manifolds coming in a couple of weeks, and always

have plenty of stock 02 downpipes available.


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