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Old 30 Aug 2011, 04:25 pm
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hi guys im going to buy a srt-4 exhaust and im wondering if its a direct bolton or would you have to make it fit? thanks
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Old 30 Aug 2011, 06:10 pm
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You will have to make it fit! Also you have to relocate your spare tire and cut a extra hole for the other tip of the exhaust! It looks great tho!!!!!!

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Old 31 Aug 2011, 01:05 am
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Looks good.
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Old 31 Aug 2011, 03:07 am
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hi guys im going to buy a srt-4 exhaust and im wondering if its a direct bolton or would you have to make it fit? thanks
How much of the exhaust are you buying?....

The main differences between the SRT-4 exhaust and PT GT exhaust is;

the downpipe on the SRT-4 is slightly shorter (3" difference)

the PT GT uses a muffler instead of a resonator

SRT-4 has dual tips which runs differently (refer to Rocketman's pics).

If you're going to spend money on an exhaust system, get one that will yield some type of performance.

What options are there? Well, you can buy just part of the SRT-4 exhaust (for less money if he doesn't include the stock catted-downpipe) and go with a 3" downpipe.

To utilize the full benefit of a 3" downpipe (whether you run a cat on it or not), you will want to go with a 3" o2 housing (it's the small elbow attached to your exhaust manifold which later connects to your downpipe). By far the worst part to swap is the o2 housing but it's worth doing.

BTW In case the guy you're buying the exhaust from won't part out the setup, buy the whole thing and sell the stock downpipe with cat on the forums (preferably to someone in CA).

I had offers of $150 earlier this year for my stock downpipe with inline cat on the local SRT forums when I upgraded my exhaust.....just food for thought.
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One of the first mods I did to my srt-4 was to replace the stock turboback exhaust.
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