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Passenger side side pipe sags

The passenger side pipe sits much lower than the driver's side. The "elbow" is the lowest point and it's probably a good 3 inches from the bottom of the car. Is there a bracket or hanger I'm missing?
 
Bent pipe, damaged flex pipe, or you can loosen the flange bolts and rotate the side pipe so that the elbow moves up.

It's gotta be one of those three.
 

Grant 302

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cosm3os said:
That did it! Didn't think I'd get a leak free seal with the two flanges that far rotated, but it's good!

I was surprised about that too. My Boss was that way stock...and probably the main reason why I didn't have any problems when I put the pipes on my GT. Both flanges were clocked almost as far as they could go.
 

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