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Old 07-25-2016, 07:36 PM   #1
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Can someone with either the muffler delete, 4" or 5" muffler post pictures of how it looks under there Crosstrek? I'm looking at getting this and I want to see how it's routed for clearance issues with my EcoHitch. Thanks

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Old 08-13-2016, 06:14 AM   #2
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Specific modifications for Borla exhaust with Eco-Hitch

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I think the nameless and borla are pretty similar. Probably need to do something like that.


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Old 11-26-2017, 12:07 AM   #4
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Nameless clears on driver side, passenger side is the issue, with the Ecohitch.
Mine just came today. I took a measurement to get the exhaust exit inside of the rail of the hitch (8.5"-9") & cut the axle-back. I was going to get it welded back up but I'm an impatient SOB, so I bought a 2" exhaust coupling & 2-2" exhaust clamps...,...,...fits like it was meant to be! Driver's side is in stock exhaust hanger, passenger side I drilled holes in the metal hangers (car/axle-back) and made my own hangers with stainless steel safety wire (I race motorcycles, so I have a ton of it around).
So no, straight from nameless, they don't fit. If you have a half a brain and want to make it work, completely doable.

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