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    scarab Gold Member trc2's Avatar
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    Easton Maryland

    exhaust does not line up

    does any body know if emi makes a spacer for between the exhaust mainifolds and risers. the risers drop to fast and they are about 1" lower then the tips are. any help please

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    Rob VIP Member Strip Poker 388's Avatar
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    I would think they do.

    Boost makes up for Cubic Inchs

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    Banned cuda's Avatar
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    I had the opposite problem when I went from the old log style manifolds on the 22 Donzi, to Dana exhaust. It was way too high. I took it to a muffler shop, and had them weld me two drop pipes to line it up. It cost about $120 as I recall.
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    '05 Concept SF23 VIP Member
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    Gil used to make wedge spacers.

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    keep an eye open for corrosion on your angled extensions...m.m...

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