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Old 08-18-2013, 10:06 AM   #71
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Just YouTube some videos of it. I think it's pretty sweet.
I have. I agree with you
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I am planning on ordering the s type off amazon since it is much cheaper. From what some of you guys say it is definitely trust worthy to order it off there as far as packaging, brand new and fitment?
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I am planning on ordering the s type off amazon since it is much cheaper. From what some of you guys say it is definitely trust worthy to order it off there as far as packaging, brand new and fitment?
I've had mine for about 2-3 weeks now. Packaging, quality and fitment were perfect. Have bad no issues
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Lots of styrofoam!!! Haha.

And look for your free hat XD
Don't throw away!
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I can't wait to order mine when I get home from Florida!!
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Old 08-19-2013, 07:29 AM   #76
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What part if Florida? I'm in the Tampa area!
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I've had mine for about 2-3 weeks now. Packaging, quality and fitment were perfect. Have bad no issues
Awesome. I can't wait to buy mine
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What part if Florida? I'm in the Tampa area!
I'm in Panama City beach. my first time here and I love it!
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Bassani sounds awesome, I have some sitting in the shop, Im prolly never ganna sell them
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Bassani sounds awesome, I have some sitting in the shop, Im prolly never ganna sell them
basanni x pipe or catback?
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basanni x pipe or catback?
Catback lol
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Catback lol
guys! the Borla stinger catback is on clearance on AM right now for $549 instead of $690!!! just ordered mine!
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Old 08-21-2013, 02:42 PM   #83
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did any of you that have borla install it yourself?
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SLP, O/R X pipe


Lol
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did any of you that have borla install it yourself?
Had a buddy of mine help me install it
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Had a buddy of mine help me install it
was it to bad? I'm a good hands on worked but have never messed with an exhaust
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was it to bad? I'm a good hands on worked but have never messed with an exhaust
Took us about an hour
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That^ was on a lift though, the toughest part is getting the old pipes out. Most people just cut the stock ones and pull them that way, however for his car we just lowered the differential enough to get the pipes over it.
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That^ was on a lift though, the toughest part is getting the old pipes out. Most people just cut the stock ones and pull them that way, however for his car we just lowered the differential enough to get the pipes over it.
okay, thanks for the info!
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