This is interesting, Ive been thinking dual too. So far it seems a double hump crossmember and this muffler was the way.and make space for dual exhaust split evenly underneath.
The best answer I can give is maybe?? It might take a little more than just cutting a hole and installing that seal though. The stock tanks have a rolled lip on them which make them thicker where the seal contacts. I will make an educated guess and say that they did that so as to not cut through the seal due to vibration. It might work for a while, depending on how tight your seal is, but I don't think I'd trust it long term.Is it suffiecient to cut a hole with a hole saw and use the filler neck pipe seal on the deburred hole?!
Your absolutly right. I checked my tank and the seal...It might work for a while, depending on how tight your seal is, but I don't think I'd trust it long term.
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