Re: Exhaust installation help
Originally Posted by z06vette
I have an Overland with the Hemi and I couldn't take how quiet it was. I have had Borla exhausts on other vehicles and really liked the sound so I ordered one. Mine arrived and we started installing it tonight thinking bolt on this should be easy. Everything was going fine with removing the factory exhaust until we got to the rear hangers. There are 2 one is very easy to get at and the other is hidden behind the muffler. We ran out of time so had to put the factory exhaust back on. Anybody know how to get access to the rear hanger? The only good thing was hearing the Hemi run without the exhaust.
First, +1 to "couldn't take the quiet commentary", and +2 to Borla.
Second, wish I could offer more technical answers to your hangar question, but Borla installed my WK2 proto. I'm happy to crawl under my rig and have a look with a camera if you'll tell me in a PM which pipe/muffler you're talking about.
Suggest calling Borla and ask for Chris Higgins 805-246-6000. He's the man, and will either help you directly, or refer you to his wrenches on the floor. I understand that you're wanting to do this now, after hours.
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