Attached is a pic of my challenge. The view is from behind the tranny, looking at the driver-side where the mid-length header follows the sub-frame and the ball&socket (type) connection has a 4" piece of straight pipe (temporarily) bolted in place. I need to make that 45 degree bend in place of the 4"straight connection because as we go back to the tranny cross member there are cutouts for the exhaust and I'd like the elevation profile of the exhaust to follow the sub-frame as closely as possible. As it is, the end of the header collector tip comes right down to the top of where the sub-frame completes the bend and goes straight back. Ideally, I'm hoping to find a resource for either a 45 degree elbow that connects directly onto the header with a 3" OD end for my exhaust to connect, or I'll have to go with a 3" ID 45 degree elbow and add a 3" OD coupler to provide a connection for the rest of the exhaust. Has anyone else dealt with this and has ideas?