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Old 06-21-2012, 08:08 PM   #36
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You da man E. I knew you'd come back. To each his own. I live in NC right now, but I know about snow and salt on roadways from being in Germany over a decade. You got a point. I think mine are more resistant to rust though. But research goes a long way. Lol.
Not trying to "one up" any one or anything like that!.. Just sharing my experience!.. And with FlowMaster it has not been a positive one!.. But the Vortex cat back it has been very positive!.. I've got a buddy with an '02 GT and he has the same exhaust set up as mine!.. Except he has an O/R H-pipe vs my X-pipe!.. Sounds almost 100% identical to my car!.. And he has had his for about 5+ years and has had zero problems with it!.. And I've got a few buddies with FlowMasters and a couple of them are running into the same problems that I did!.. I know that FlowMasters are the "Big name" in the muscle car arena, but they are not really the best!... If you are going to keep the car for any length of time, and mostly if it's a DD then I would suggest saving the few extra $$$ and getting something better than FlowMasters!..
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Old 06-21-2012, 08:25 PM   #37
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I have noticed a lot of Flowmasters that rust.
I have had my Borla for 5+ years with no rust no different sound still looks brand new
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Old 06-22-2012, 05:27 AM   #38
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I have noticed a lot of Flowmasters that rust.
I have had my Borla for 5+ years with no rust no different sound still looks brand new
I'll let you know when mine rusts. Then I'll plead no contest. Any ways. Wonder what the thread owner thinks overall?
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I have borla xr-1 with a summit xpipe and shorty headers and I love the way it sounds. Esp at wot
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