How to Measure Exhaust Pipe Size?

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To measure the size of the exhaust pipe, measure the diameter of the pipe at the end. Different thicknesses of pipe usually aren't normally as big a concern as the size of the muffler or the length of the exhaust system. It is usually best to only replace exhaust systems with ones approved by the car's manufacturer.
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How to Measure Exhaust Pipe Size
A motorcycle's exhaust system has a very direct task: to transfer the hot exhaust gases from the engine to the rear of the bike. On all Environmental Protection Agency-certified vehicles, the system is composed of four typical components -- the header... More »
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1. Locate a straight section of pipe at least 4 inches from any juncture. Do not measure at any bends or where the pipe enters the muffler or catalytic converter. 2. Measure the outside
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outside to outside of pipe.
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Depending on the exact model a 2000 Tiburon exhaust pipe is 2.25 i.
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There is no restriction on diameter (size) You could run 4 inch if you wanted. (would run like crap) There are legal requirements for cats (emissions) and mufflers.
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