Just about finished with 7026. Took it to DMV the other day for a VIN and the rattle in the passenger side pipe is so loud that it's embarassing. S/S pipes from FF with ceramic coating as the discoloring bothered me from an appearance standpoint. I'd like to try the screw fix but I see conflicting input on the size of the screw (anywhere from 3/4" to 2") and the location. Can anyone provide some definmitive input on the procedure to be followed?
I have just over 4000 miles on the car since licencing this April (Mark 4). About 500 miles ago I noticed a slight rattle from the driver's side pipe so it looks like I have the same issue. Where exactly does the screw go as it is probably too much mileage for FFR to do anything about it.
FFR Mark IV 7411 Picked up 04/08/11
3-link, SN95 spindles, rear discs
Engine: 302-385hp, T-5, 3.08
First go-cart 08/31/11
Body remounted 10/03/11
Registered as unplated 21/03/12
On the road in gel-coat 27/03/12
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