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VF SS Series 2 Rear Muffler with Bi Modal

abuch47

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On this subject will an aftermarket catback system bolt up to the factory bi modal mufflers ?
gets asked plenty. short answer depends. long answer yes, no, maybe.

ask the supplier or tell us what system it is.
 

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They generally don’t bolt up as the factory bimodal has a cone type attachment and after market is a flat flange,if you want factory rear muffler to bolt up to after market just go to muffler shop to lop the cone off and weld on a flat flange,very easy to do.
 

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They generally don’t bolt up as the factory bimodal has a cone type attachment and after market is a flat flange,if you want factory rear muffler to bolt up to after market just go to muffler shop to lop the cone off and weld on a flat flange,very easy to do.
some of the the factory bi modals also come with a flat flange.
so if people are looking to buy them second hand you can find them with both types of connections.
 

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They generally don’t bolt up as the factory bimodal has a cone type attachment and after market is a flat flange,if you want factory rear muffler to bolt up to after market just go to muffler shop to lop the cone off and weld on a flat flange,very easy to do.
Perfect that will work thanks mate
 

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Sorry for the thread dig guys, what would we expect to be paying for a set of rear cans these days?
 

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Planet parts eBay store have some for $230 so I would think anything around that is ok.
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