Used the search and saw on MM's website that the dynomax tail pipes will fit with the PHB, but I dont know if they will fit with my 315 tires. Does anyone know if those tail pipes fit with those tires?
I don't know about the 98, but on my 92, my 245/45-17 and 255/40-17 tires on factory-size 17x8 wheels rub the dynomax tails hard enough to push the passenger side one over where it overheats the gas tank during track sessions. I just do not understand how people run such wide tires in the back of these things without major surgery.
The 315 tires clear my magnaflow tail pipes now, but the pipes will not fit with the phb in there. I think the sn95 rear is maybe wider than the fox rear. Could just be the fenders that are wider and allow a wider tire with a different offset.
Depends what 315's. On my 94 I couldn't run 315 BFG's with tails, it would rub the passenger side tail pretty bad. I run 315 Nitto's though no problem, they're Flowmaster tails but very similar construction to the dynomax iirc. I have an MM PHB on it too .
The SN95 rear is a little wider, and the fenderwells are much larger than a fox's.
I have the PHB in there now, but it wouldn't go up without dropping the Magnaflow tail pipes. I'm looking at these as a solution. http://www.summitracing.com/parts/FLO-1026/ I just hope they fit with my 17x10.5+27mm wheels and 315 tires.
Got the pipes last night and threw them under the car with the phb and it fits great so far. It looks like the tires will fit too, but clearance is only about 1/2 inch. I still need to finish the install and get the catback adjusted for max clearance.
Only problem was that the flowmaster tail pipes and the magnaflow mufflers mated up with a butt joint instead of the typical slip joint, so I had to use a dynomax/walker butt joint coupler. No biggie.
I was going to run tailpipes, but I prefer the look of no tailpipes on the 94-98, since there is no cutout in the bumper. I would imagine it would be damn tough to get a 3" catback with a PHB and 315's.
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