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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-20-2007, 12:09 PM Thread Starter
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04 vs. 05 Stocker

Does anyone know if the 05 stock exhaust will fit on an 04. I know there are different fittings on the pipes, but not where the difference occurs. This would be the part removed to put on a slip-on. Thanks for the info.
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Yes they are different. Thats why the slip ons say for an 03-04 or a 05-06. The lengths and where the bends are in the pipes are slightly different

First make an "S".............for snake, uh.................I mean.............dragon. Then a more different "S".
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The pipes are not interchangable cause the subframes are also different



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Also the stock muffler on the 04 has a longer pipe then the 05. (they connect in different places)

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heres a 04


Here's a 05


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thanks all. alpine thanks for the diagram really helps.
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No problem abe... Glad we could help..

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