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    hi all. i was wondering with my friend. is it possible to put exhaust in this place (like in dodge viper srt-10 just in front)? wont it burn door? im thinking of 60mm pipe.thx in advance
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    and where you going to run the cats and the back-box?
     
     

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    thats the point. there wont be any
     
     

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    well then its easily possible-weld a pipe onto the exhaust manifold stright out where you want it to go probably wont burn the door but you would likely get smoke stains running up the side of the car.It wouldn't be legal here in the UK but as you are in Lithuania.....
     
     

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    yes there will be some sound issues here in lithuania too but it won't be a daily car. anyone tried that kind of thing?
     
     

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    Not tried it myself, but it might be easier to put it on the other side as the exhaust manifold is on that side and it would be easier to fabricate something that way...
     
     

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    you could run a silencer thought the front bumper behind the grill then out though the front of the wing, how do i know this
     
     

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    those are good ideas guys. thank you very much. i suppose 1 silencer can be running through front bumper to the left side and the other one straight from manifold near the right wing where pipe exits. plenty of space there as i seen
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJB328i View Post
    you could run a silencer thought the front bumper behind the grill then out though the front of the wing, how do i know this
    one more thing. won't it heat the radiator too much?
     
     

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