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Old 08-25-2005, 12:03 AM   #1
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Question Prodrive axleback fit with MRT exhaust pieces?

Anyone know if the Prodrive axleback would mate up to the MRT midpipe? I know the MRT TBE is 3" but was kind of unsure about the Prodrive - maybe 2.5"? I'd like to switch out the MRT muffler with the Prodrive if possible
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Old 08-25-2005, 01:08 AM   #2
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I mated a Prodrive (yes, it is 2.5 inch) up to the piping from a Perrin which is 3 inch. The only problem that I had was that the Prodrive flange did not match up perfectly with the 3 inch flange since it is smaller. I went to a muffler shop and they took care of it for me. They centered the Prodrive piping up to the 3 inch piping, and had just enough overlap between the bolt holes in the flanges to squeeze 5/8 inch bolts through them. They did have to heat and bend the Prodrive piping slightly to get them to mate up perfectly. They said it was no big deal and only charged me $30.
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Any leak issues?
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