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2.2L needed for downpipe fabrication (Tempe, AZ)

We are in need of a 2.2L donor car to go to a shop in Tempe Arizona for downpipe fabrication. We would like to make a high flow downpipe and possibly a race header.

Post up if you can help! The donor car will get the products for free.
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tempe, how long do youthink it would take?

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Depends on the complexity of the design.. but they estimate about 2 days
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Please take note that it appears the lengths of the downpipes between auto equipped and manual equipped Cobalts is different. Auto DPs are a little longer and the first bend is closer to the cat then the manual DPs.

my thread is about the 2.4 but have heard the same problem on the 2.2:
https://www.yourcobalt.com/forums/eng...2-4l-auto.html

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Thats unfortunate that Chevy did that.. thanks for the info
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im waiting on an lsj dp right now. if it ever shows up id be happy to donate(maybe trade ) my stocker if you want to pay shipping. pm me if interested.
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oops, misunderstood what you needed.
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Edit: Just saw the link a few posts up about the LSJ DP only fitting on manual
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yeah it only fits the 5 spds. i believe the engine sits forward or backward in the engine bay on the autos. cant remember. let me look at some threads.
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