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Loudmouth II install

This is a discussion on Loudmouth II install within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; alright tomorrow i feel like installing my Loudmouth II my car is completely stock. so i was wondering how easy ...

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    Loudmouth II install

    alright tomorrow i feel like installing my Loudmouth II
    my car is completely stock. so i was wondering how easy it will be to install it.
    about how long will it take?
    can an amature like myself do it?
    will it affect anything being i will have LTs and ORY put on in july?
    and does anyone have tips, trick, or a walk thru thread?
    thanks

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    its not hard just take your time and it would be easier if you had a buddy help just to make it go quicker but not necessary......being its your first time dont be suprised if it takes you 3+ hours but its pretty straight foward....no it will not affect your lts and ory
    your guna need a sawzal?(sp) to take the old exhaust off cause it goes over the axel.....ur guna have to take it off in 2 peices

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    where do i cut at?

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    Cut it as close to the axle as possible, it'll be easier to cut it before the axle kinda like right under where the person would sit in the back. Get it?

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    As long as the end of your ory fits into the I pipe of your catback you shouldn't have any problems. Personally I'd take it to a shop when your done and get each connecting part of your catback or at least the tips spot welded to prevent slippage. Ohh and +1 on the Sawzall.

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    hmmm. maybe ill just take the stock catback off for now and wait till i get my full exhaust on.

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    very simple. Friend of mine that has doesnt really know much about the "how to's" of cars was able to do his in about 2 hrs. he suprised himself with how easy it was to do it

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