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The steering wheel shaking usually means a wheel out of balance, get your front wheels balanced before looking any further. Cheapest and easiest way outAfter another drive today and giving that right pedal a good stomp I now know the steering needs aligning as the wheel shakes like Micheal J Fox at 100 but its all coming together and I'm pretty happy.
Running Pacey headers to tri-y original cat and a 2.5 Manta catback system, New system is going to be Pacey Headers (which i'll have to change over to the new ones ((Crys intensely)) dual cats hoping there high flow and the rest is dual 2.5 unknown maker will get some high heat paint black or silver and make it look new surprisingly in pretty good nick.Me too. Good score Jarrid. What system do you have on at the moment?
My plan was exactly that but realized that I will as the drivers side has a different flange type then im not sure on length but they will have to come out unfortunatelyIf you are changing from a stupid y piece single cat to a nice twin cat equal length system you will notice a nice difference on that alone.
Are there any difference in the headers? You might not need to switch them (because they are a pain to swap)