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Asking $70 shipped. Paypal preferred. 4.5" angle cut tip with 2.25" inlet...perfect size for the stock exhaust on any model Cobalt. Was never used...reason I am selling is because I couldn't find a 2nd one to go for my dual outlet custom exhaust so I had to find a pair of others. Nice deep tone...I have 2 similar ones on my car now.


 

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$70 shipped. You can't just bolt-on a muffler, your old one will have to be cut off and this one welded in its place. You will have to take it to a muffler shop unless you know someone with a welder. Shouldn't cost more than $20 at a shop to install it.
 

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$70 shipped. You can't just bolt-on a muffler, your old one will have to be cut off and this one welded in its place. You will have to take it to a muffler shop unless you know someone with a welder. Shouldn't cost more than $20 at a shop to install it.
well yea, I know that. I meant is it a direct fit as in a straight weld on, or will the downpipe need to be moded, IE circumference changed, etc.
 

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No it has a 2 1/4" inlet on the muffler which is the same size as your stock exhaust piping, it will fit just fine.
 

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No it has a 2 1/4" inlet on the muffler which is the same size as your stock exhaust piping, it will fit just fine.
That is incorrect information.. The stock piping is 1 7/8" An exhaust shop could make it work but it is NOT the same size..
 

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obz is right.... i repiped my exhaust up to 2 1/4 from stock.
 

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Alright well I meant he wouldn't have an issue installing it on a stock exhaust. Any muffler shop can fabricate that.
 
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