@LethalPerformance I had this same issue. The exhaust place said the camps are incorrect and need to me the same as the front. My exhaust would move when the clamp was tight. We had to tac weld it to stay.I put my lethal pipe on this weekend. For the life of me I could not get the band clamp that showed up with the pipe to tighten down hard enough to hold the rear section of the exhaust on. I ended up just welding the damn thing. The pipe sounds great though. Not sure why those clamps wouldn’t work.
I had waited for the kit from Lethal to become available and got one of the first few out the door. Not sure if that had anything to do with it but mine came with the wrong size clamps and I couldn't get it to tighten up either. I contacted them and they had the right clamps shipped to me asap. That said, there is a twisting force applied to the cut/clamped area that occurs due to the way the mufflers are hung outboard of the exhaust system. So I welded mine as well and it was no longer an issue.
no, just get the correct expensive clamps like oem uses. The ones in the kits are kinda dudsand much cheaper…..thats what the the shop told me.So is the consensus the resonator delete pipes shouldn't be attempted unless you are welding?
Viper: I'm not sure how the factory gets the pipes to remain in position but in my case, the mech couldn't get the clamps tight enough so he gave them a tack each. That's all that was needed. It can be a frustrating endeavor.So is the consensus the resonator delete pipes shouldn't be attempted unless you are welding?
Lethal has posted their Corsa HH and XX resonator deleted on their website: https://www.lethalperformance.com/s...0-2021-shelby-gt500/exhaust/resonator-deletes
Still looking for sound clips, AHEM @LethalPerformance