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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-05-2010 Thread Starter
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2011 GT Exhaust Skinny - Compatible or Not?

So I'm sitting here with my new Sterling Gray GT 5.0 wondering if any of the hundreds of 2005 and up S197 axleback exhaust systems are gonna fit this thing.

Is the pipe plumbing and hangar brackets underneath so radically different? I'm getting mixed signals from the resellers - yes it's the same - no, it's different.

Then I see these other guys with their youtube threads getting Bassanis and Corsas engineered into their cars, seeming to indicate that it's all different down there, cause "we gotta wait".

Wass the scoop?


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the exhaust is different! my car was on the rack at bassani and they took a while to figure out how to do it. the joints where the parts go together are weird ball joint looking things.


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