Stock y-pipe cleaned up and a little polished. Couldn't get freaking tie rod off so I can remove and replace my alternator and replace the 8 awg with 4 awg. But this was ever so slightly in my way of work.
I was going to get headers eventually but waiting until I fix or replace most of the problems with it. It was neglected from the 2nd owner so I'm trying to nurse it back to good health. While doing so I'm learning how to fix things with basic tools like a scissor jack, ramps, and working on a slightly inclined hill. It's slowly not only sounding better but more stiff with the vogtland lowering springs and struts all-round.
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