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Old 08-06-2008, 04:08 PM   #1
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Default downpipe/flexpipe woes

About 1.5 years ago I crunched the downpipe on my 98 on a curb I didn't see. Trying to have it replaced with anything from the parts store didn't work; none of them fit. I had a 91/92 header but no downpipe, so I tried buying a downpipe from the parts store for it, and it worked. Unfortunately, it wasn't a pretty piece brand new, and two winters later, it is already rusted out beyond repair. I hate to buy another one like it, but none of the junkyards I called have "exhaust parts", which seems to fit in with reports from others of the jy's cutting the headers off without salvaging the downpipes. Any suggestions? I'd be willing to buy a header/downpipe from someone if they have a good one.

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Old 08-07-2008, 11:46 PM   #2
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Default Re: downpipe/flexpipe woes

I remember seeing a cheap '92 downpipe on eBay a while ago.

Other than that, you might have to find a U-Pull-It kinda place (rather than a pre-pulled JY) to find one...

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Old 08-08-2008, 01:32 AM   #3
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Default Re: downpipe/flexpipe woes

I've been looking for 91-92 header's forever. However, there is no Junkyards that allow you to pull yourself. These guys act like they know off the top of their head that they don't have any of it. Even though they do have that year of S-series Maybe they are right. But its a little frustrating, because its so hard to find them.

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