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What size inlet does my car have its exhaust pipe?

I am getting an aftermarket exhaust pipe called a flowmaster super 44 and I need to know what size inlet I should order to fit on my vehicle

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Get under the car & measure whatever
pipe your talking about.
You know the engine size
How many choices are there in exhaust
pipes for one engine?

Posted on Jul 23, 2013

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