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Looking at this picture makes me wonder why they mounted the downpipes this way? Just doesn't look correct.
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Opposite of how I mounted mine.
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Looking at this picture makes me wonder why they mounted the downpipes this way? Just doesn't look correct.
Pypes uses the same items on several makes & models rather then specific , terrible looking set-up

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Just looks like they need to be swapped side to side, they are installed on the wrong side.

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