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So my recently bought '93 900 Turbo...I think I found why it was gargling when letting off the throttle. All of a sudden it was LOUD going down the street, and I pulled over to find the front of the exhaust pipe had broken free from the back of the catalytic converter. It's all still hanging there in place, just not attached.
Anyone know an easy way to fix this? I can't do a splice very easy since it's right at the junction.
The pipe seems a little rusty but not falling apart rusty. Is it worth having it welded, or am I looking at a new exhaust? Thanks for any tips.
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- Argh, exhaust pipe broke off at the back of the CAT, DHehnke , Wed, 25 Jul 2012 13:58:16
- The answer to your question depends on the exact....., vsfoxe , Wed, 25 Jul 2012 19:54:58
- Re: Argh, exhaust pipe broke off at the back of the CAT, AaronG, Wed, 25 Jul 2012 16:52:27
- Weld it, RadioFlyer , Wed, 25 Jul 2012 14:15:14
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