2. Exhaust installers often recommend starting at the rear and workingforward, since most of the fitment issues lie with muffler placement andover-the-axle tubes, but we started at the front to make sure the kit'spre-welded H-pipe is compatible with our manifold setup. We didn't clampanything until we were sure everything was in the right spot and trimmedto the right length. We slipped the pipes together and hung them fromthe car with bungee cords and small lengths of rope. This also helpedset the height of the pipes relative to the floorpan, crossmembers, anddriveshaft. The front pipes are actually separate from the H at theangled section (arrows), providing some adjustability, and seemed toline up with the Pypes downpipes easily.