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Back in RFG Rob decides to rebuild the driver side downpipe after running into the new location of the steering shaft. He tried beating the pipe into shape, and it worked, but Rob’s 1974 Chevrolet Nova is no sh*t bucket, and as such proper care had to be taken in modifying the exhaust. The turbo downpipe proves to be hard to install and remove from the car, but that is also improved after modifications. The steering rack is a fresh part of the car, and the exhaust had been built around the old factory steering box setup. Once Rob gets the pipe into position he can begin test fitting pieces of pipe and planning his attack. Once the rough angles are decided he tack welds it together and begins final fitting. Once welded up and re installed in the car the fit is great and the mission accomplished.
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