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1098 end caps on 996 exhaust?

Anyone know if I can put a set of 1098 exhaust end caps on a FBF (Fast by Ferracci) exhaust for my 996. I want to upgrade the dated look of the exhaust and think this might be the key

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You could get actual 1098 cans chop the pipes off weld a reducer on and then in turn weld that to your stock pipes... lotsa welding work though and its hard to find someone who'll do a really good job on stainless.,,,

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