Alright, fall is here and the winter modifying will soon begin. I'm gonna taper/narrow the rear of the pumpkin as soon as I get a chance. I'm also going to rework the exhaust since my crossover pipe is a temporary hack job and the rest of it is falling apart. I'm going to run either a single or dual exit (haven't decided yet) coming out of the body at the location circled below. The pipe(s) will have to go between the inner and outer fender in the back, which I can cut to make fit...but I don't know how to mount it when it gets up into the body. I can't leave it loose because it'll vibrate and hit the body, and I can't use a traditional hanger because it won't really be hanging...I was thinking about solid mounting the tip with a flange like this one , but I'd probably break the welds on the rest of the system by doing that. Solid mounting the whole works and using braided flex hoses off the manifolds is starting to look like my best option. Just wondering if anybody has a better idea other than cutting a humongous hole in the body....if ya do, I'd really appreciate the help.