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How is this Ansa exhaust supposed to be routed?

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ANSA changed the design of their rear Sport mufflers around 2016 +/- and they just don't align without cutting of the two hangers and repostioning them.  IIRC my ANSA center section went over top of the rear axle...will try to get some reference pix tomorrow.

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I use the VHT 'hi- temp' spray paint.  It works ok over rust, and as it flakes off, 

I just respray. After 3 or 4 go- rounds, it's usually pretty stable.

 

But BBQ black works just fine, too.

 

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cutandweld, cutandweld, cutandweld. 

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16 hours ago, lowniss37 said:

clean that diff :)

One project at a time. This thing needs everything...

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After reading all this, I went to the garage to look at my mounting job, which I did 12 years ago. I discovered that knocking noise I've been trying to track down! (it was all fallen apart) I added strapping around the rubber hanger for support.IMG_6291[1].JPG

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1 hour ago, sislane said:

I added strapping around the rubber hanger for support.

a large hose clamp works really well to "reinforce" the rubber hangers.  used them on 02's and E30's.  EZ to install and adjust. 

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18.2 Underside_Exhaust_Tip_HB2002tii.resized.jpg

 

Not a bad angle of how it is installed on the red car.

 

~Jason

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