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post #1 of 13 Old 07-22-2016, 07:46 AM Thread Starter
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Arrow header question

What is the outlet diameter in MM where it meets the muffler?
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Can anyone help?
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the standard exhaust outlet from the cat to the stock can is 51mm. Arrow is meant to fit the stock can. So id say the Arrow is also 51mm
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Arrow header is meant to fit the stock can? Doubtful. I believe the arrow header is to be used with arrow slip ons. The arrow slip on can also be used with stock exhaust via a reducer. Can an arrow owner confirm?

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Arrow header is meant to fit the stock can? Doubtful. I believe the arrow header is to be used with arrow slip ons. The arrow slip on can also be used with stock exhaust via a reducer. Can an arrow owner confirm?
FWIW, I have seen a post where someone installed arrow headers and used the stock end can.
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Ok that muddies the water haha. It would be really nice if an arrow header owner just measured it... haha
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Yes the arrow headers fit the standard end can. That is what I run
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I got a Yoshimura Signature ALPHA can , and i want to know if this fit with Arrow headers?
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I got a Yoshimura Signature ALPHA can , and i want to know if this fit with Arrow headers?
Anything that fits the stock midpipe should also fit on the Arrow headers. The only issue I have seen is that (ironically) some Arrow end cans do not fit the Arrow midpipe.
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