Not much to show other than It didn't fit, hit the headers, my old man had a pipe bender in the garage and after couple of bends it fits, but the clamp to bolt it in had to be cut off, so now just zip-tied. We didn't leave the front heatshield on. Thinking about gettting some boot protectors though, those TOG'* get HOT!!!
Enjoy the look of that shiney pipe because very soon it will heat tint like your Cat.
The tube fit is normal and is common to GTP cars as well. If it was the right replacement tube, it needs to be bent a little away from the cross over pipe....make double sure that it doesn't touch at all or you will get false knock.....you also need to bend the clamp flange a little and open up the hole a bit, then the original bolt will work.
Yes it is also very close now to the brake reservoir but easily withdrawen.
NOTE: The level indication is different, so you need to fill it to the top or it will be down a pint. Make sure you compare the two stick lengths in the tubes / relative to the engine position. About 3/8" different....but it'* in my old "header install" posts.
I think that the shiney ceramic coating is a little warmer than the flat finish due to increased reflectivity. 450 F is cold compared to 700 F.