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Old 01-30-2016, 01:21 PM   #1
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Default Blitz nur r midpipe compatibility?

I recently installed the blitz nur spec r on my bugeye. Needless to say Im the only one fond of the lovely sound it makes around here haha. After hours of searching everywhere I can think of, I still cant find a definitive answer on whether or not the midpipe is compatible with other axle backs. I previously had the manzo m2 catback(cobb replica) on and had 0 fitment issues when mated up to other stock components. The m2 axleback is a 3inch as is the blitz midpipe where they connect.

My question is will the m2 axle back mate up to the blitz midpipe without modification i.e. muffler shop work?

Id like to have confirmation if i can at least swap the axle backs for a semi quick solution or if Im SOL and will need to sell. Thanks
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Old 01-30-2016, 09:10 PM   #3
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Unfortunately when my friend and I were installing the blitz we didnt even think to try, we were to excited for the start up. I would be out side trying it but I don't have the tools nor any place to do so other than his garage but he's out of town for while.

So I'm wondering anyone has had any experience with anything similar before I decide on what to do.
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Unfortunately when my friend and I were installing the blitz we didnt even think to try, we were to excited for the start up. I would be out side trying it but I don't have the tools nor any place to do so other than his garage but he's out of town for while.

So I'm wondering anyone has had any experience with anything similar before I decide on what to do.

You dont have two wrenches in the size of the bolts? You have your stock scissor jack. While it's unsafe to rely soley on the jack to hold the weight of the car (insert jack stands), it's not unheard of for quick exhaust work such as an axleback.
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Old 01-30-2016, 09:55 PM   #5
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You dont have two wrenches in the size of the bolts? You have your stock scissor jack. While it's unsafe to rely soley on the jack to hold the weight of the car (insert jack stands), it's not unheard of for quick exhaust work such as an axleback.
As odd as it sounds I do not. I also have steep dirt driveways and a full garage so I'm pretty out of luck as far as doing it at my house goes for the time being. Just wish I thought of it before hand
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