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Magnaflow exhaust with RS Body Kit

This is a discussion on Magnaflow exhaust with RS Body Kit within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I have a 01 Z28 with the RS body kit on it. I also have a Magnaflow catback witch is ...

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    Magnaflow exhaust with RS Body Kit

    I have a 01 Z28 with the RS body kit on it.
    I also have a Magnaflow catback witch is a bit too close to the bumper lip for comfort.

    What are my options with this. I've already tried to adjust it so that it aims down a bit more but no dice.
    I know there is another rear bumper kit that has holes for just such an occasion but that would be pretty expensive in paint and it the part itself.
    Could just cut some holes in the current piece.

    Ideas, opinions???

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    If you can live without exhaust tips you could always take them off and put turndowns on shortly after they exit the muffler, or you could try stock Z28 tips and see how that works out.

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    Can you post pics to show how close it is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robcas47 View Post
    If you can live without exhaust tips you could always take them off and put turndowns on shortly after they exit the muffler,
    This would be my suggestion, turn downs before the bumper, then you can tuck everything up nice and tight. Don't need no stinkin' tips

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmi7769 View Post
    I have a 01 Z28 with the RS body kit on it.
    I also have a Magnaflow catback witch is a bit too close to the bumper lip for comfort.

    What are my options with this. I've already tried to adjust it so that it aims down a bit more but no dice.
    I know there is another rear bumper kit that has holes for just such an occasion but that would be pretty expensive in paint and it the part itself.
    Could just cut some holes in the current piece.

    Ideas, opinions???
    Downturns look nice with the RS package. I had no tips for a while, but eventually added dual/dual tips. Not a fan of the Magnaflow tips.


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    Terrible picture but this is what I had with my RS package. Flowmaster exhaust. I liked the way it tucked up there nice and tight.


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