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The instructions call for cutting the mid-pipe 21/2-inches after the upward bend in front of the rear axle. We used a multi-angle Craftsman reciprocating saw to get into the tight space we needed to make the cut in the right place. Don't worry if the cut isn't 100 percent straight, as the slip fit of the Y-pipe will cover it. If you need to, you can remove the mid-pipe (there's a slip clamp farther forward under the car) to get to the cutting spot.