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Exhaust 2+2 for a 2 seater?


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I have a '94 Nissan 300ZX convertible with a stainless stail exhaust, I want to replace it by an original again.

The thing is, I can get one from a 2+2, but my convertible is a two seater, is it possible to use the exhaust?

(maybe cut out a small section out of it to make it shorter?)




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Thanks for your response!

Hmm...that's pitty that it's not that simple, then I have to search for an original 2 seater version exhaust.

The sound from the stainless steal one is great, but for me to hard. (I'm very sensitive with my hearing)

So I want to install an original, more silent one again.

Once that's than, the stainless steal one will be for sale. 

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9 minutes ago, Stephen said:

Thing is an OEM one new is crazy money and anything used is unlikely to be of a condition you’d want to use. 
Honestly, go have a chat with a local exhaust shop. Should be able to provide something suitable. 

I agree with Steve......

…...although I'd keep the system you have; that looks just right on your car mate:classic_cool:

I have something to say............ It's better to burn out than to fade away..... :tt2:

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