Basically ive just fitted a cat-back system to my car last night, and have found that the centre box is sitting rather low, infact its sitting that low that its scraping off speedbumps rather severely, meaning that i cant get to places i usually could do lol.
Now the exhaust is definatley on correctly, as we managed to put the centrebox on the wrong way round the first time and it sat even lower
What do i need to do to sort this out? as there is only one hanger on the centre box, should i get it taken to an exhaust place and get some made up to fit? Therefore pulling the exhaust up more, or is it something else i need to do.
Second problem is, the tail pipes of the backbox are sitting right up close to the bumper, infact actually touching the underside of the bumper, yet again, what would be a good way to pull these down a little tiny bit, just so there not actually touching the back bumper?
Possibly a third problem that may be related to the second,but the exhaust makes funny noises when travelling down the street, usually in second gear, as soon as i pick up speed it seems to disappear, or get drowned out.... one of the two...
Would getting a replacement piece of pipe for the middle-section that doesnt have a box on make my life a bit easier do you think, along with making the exhaust that bit louder for my own personal gains??
Ill try and get some pics up tonight if i can.