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Old 05-02-2015, 02:13 PM   #1
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Coilovers or dual exhaust?

Im torn between which I should buy right now. I will eventually have both but only have the money for one or the other at the moment for my 2010 V6. Which do you guys think I should go with first?

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i vote dual exhaust! what setup do you plan on going with?
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Im thinking the Pypes dual mid muffler to start with.

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my only 2 cents is if you plan on doing the whole exhaust and not just the mufflers do it all at once ..headers cats midpipe. youll spend more for labor and parts you didn't want in the long run. and the m80s? nice i'm on going with those myself with long tubes and high flow cats
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Coil over kit isn't worth the V6 save it for when you go V8.
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A coilover kit should be able to swap over to a GT. Do that for the V6 but safe the stock suspension. Then swap it over if you do get a GT.


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