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Fabspeed muffler misalignment


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I orderd a fabspeed muffler for my 996 C2 '98. The left side fitted perfect but the rifgtside muffler seems to be misaligned fabricated.

The big oval part of the muffler itself is touching the rear bumper and the oval exhaust tip is prortuding to much. I used the original brackets and these are ok.

During installation I noticed that were the muffler is connected to the cat with the sleeve I had about 40mm clearance and I needed to pull the muffler in place.

This also gave a bit more clearance were the muffler is touching the bumper.

Is this a known issue, wrong batch fabricated/ rig setup?

Rob

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There are two adjustments points - the muffler hanger bracket at the point where the bracket attaches to the chassis and the tailpipe clamp.

I find it best to line up the exhaust semi loose - just enough that you can move things slightly. Line everything up and then tighten it all down.

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