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It will work but if you simply install a long piece of straight pipe then the only issue, if you consider it an issue, is that the angle of the exhaust tip will change. I did it on my 03 with no problems. Genosgarage.com sells a muffler delete pipe with the bends in it if you are concerned though.....
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Yah, a muffler delete will work if the bends are fairly close together. I got 2 45's and got them welded together to make the offset so the tail pipe didn't change:
Cat is still in, 40" Nelson muffler.
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