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Old 03-22-2013, 08:03 PM   #1
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Seems legit

Think i might try and pick these up tomorrow. Any things i need to make sure are there in the box when i go check it out.

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Also have read alot of horror stories on how bad of quality pypes is and they are fitment nightmares. Anyone have similar problems?
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The fitment tends to be hit or miss.
Most people I know have issues. Any mechanic worth his salt can fit it pretty easily though.
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Considering the install even if they were to fit i think i might pass. Thought i had a deal on my hands.
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Going to go with a mac pro chamber midpipe instead. Should compliment my flowmaster 40s.
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I have a pypes catted x pipe and I love it, it sounds pretty sweet, I have Mac cattbacks with it too
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I think the problems is with the headers tho. I see you also have your rims plasti dipped. I was considering doing this until i can afford rims. Would you recommend, as we have the same rims.
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I think the problems is with the headers tho. I see you also have your rims plasti dipped. I was considering doing this until i can afford rims. Would you recommend, as we have the same rims.
yea I plati dipped them it was extremely easy, I did them on my car but would prolly been easier to take them off and spray them but still easy on the car but I just took mine off yesterday I ordered new wheels
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