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1G 1.8L 1gb exhaust on 1ga

MrDasani

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Oct 6, 2021
Elk, Washington
Hey, I got a parts 1gb for a 1ga and I was gonna grab the exhaust from the 1gb for the other. I was wondering if it was gonna fit, I saw the mounts were in different place’s. Just makes me wonder if it will work. They are both 1.8l
 

19Eclipse90

DSM Wiseman
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Sep 29, 2003
OKC, Oklahoma
According to the catalog, the front pipe is the only major component that is the same part number throughout the 1.8L production. Catalytic converter, center pipe, and main muffler all show different part numbers.

That said, you could always pull mounting brackets and hangers along with the exhaust from the 1GB and see if they will mount up on your 1GA. They systems rout the exact same way so I don't see a reason it wouldn't work.
 

MrDasani

Probationary Member
16
3
Oct 6, 2021
Elk, Washington
According to the catalog, the front pipe is the same the only major component that is the same part number throughout the 1.8L production. Catalytic converter, center pipe, and main muffler all show different part numbers.

That said, you could always pull mounting brackets and hangers along with the exhaust from the 1GB and see if they will mount up on your 1GA. They systems rout the exact same way so I don't see a reason it wouldn't work.
Yeah as long as the path is the same, I don’t mind drilling a few holes. Would it be better to rub nut the holes or thread them using a tap and dye set?
 
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