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Old 06-19-2015, 02:32 AM   #1
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Default Factory Sonic Exaughst Dimensions

Does anyone know the pipe size on the stock exaughst for a 2013 1.4 turbo sonic. And also where to see the exaughst diagram for this year. Advanced auto said the year is still to new for them to have a diagram. I want to buy a new muffler but they need all the pipe demensions and stock muffler demensions but myself and advanced can not find any measurement diagrams for that year

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Old 06-19-2015, 04:07 AM   #2
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Please only post the same question in one location. Duplicating it multiple times I. Different sub forums will not gain you anymore information. Believe it or not, both stock exhaust systems have been talked about in depth.
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Old 06-19-2015, 11:41 AM   #3
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Please only post the same question in one location. Duplicating it multiple times I. Different sub forums will not gain you anymore information. Believe it or not, both stock exhaust systems have been talked about in depth.
How would I go about finding the thread of the in depth conversation for the stock exaughst. I'm sorry for the posts I didn't realize that caused issues.

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1 and 7/8 inches.

I got my dealer parts department to print out the diagram back before my first Sonic was assembled. At the time I wanted to install a cutout but looking at the diagram realized not enough room unless I wanted to give up the resonator.


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On my 2012 the exhaust was different sizes. I just finished making my own 2.5" catback .
The pipes were 1.75" from second cat to muffler. From first cat to second cat pipe is 2".
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On my 2012 the exhaust was different sizes. I just finished making my own 2.5" catback .
The pipes were 1.75" from second cat to muffler. From first cat to second cat pipe is 2".
Is that the true inner diameter size? Some exhaust pipes are double walled. so it could be 1.75" inside with a second pipe outside as insulation.
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I actually cut the pipe when I replaced my flex pipe and this not double wall. No pipe inside another pipe.
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