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Old 09-05-2013, 01:16 PM   #36
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Haha no, I consider that snack What would I be looking at with that, an intake, and a tuner?
Over 300 RWHP
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Is there really any performance with the lethal o/r H pipes? Been debating about exhaust set ups for my roush!

And sorry Charlie, someone already bought the borla atak, bbk lt and o/r x was so disappointed!!!
Don't get that with the roush man. Get something catted. Trust me.
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Haha no, I consider that snack What would I be looking at with that, an intake, and a tuner?
You would sit at 300ish to the wheels and 350 at the crank prolly
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Don't get that with the roush man. Get something catted. Trust me.
+1 and probably going to want to look for some GT resonator take-offs or something.
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+1 and probably going to want to look for some GT resonator take-offs or something.
Magnaflow are mine. $33 a piece at summit racing.

If going no cats a muffler is better than a straight through design.
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Magnaflow are mine. $33 a piece at summit racing.

If going no cats a muffler is better than a straight through design.
You payed way too much. I can get u them 18 each lol thats for 19' u want longer I can get them for 23 for a 22' resonator
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Defiantly a noticeable difference in power.

I am running a Airrad CAI, with a Bama 93R tune, Bassani axle backs, and the Lethal Performance O/R H pipe with the resonators. Each mod has made a noticeable difference, but I think this was the most noticeable one.

Day two of running the resonators and what rasp was left seems to be going away. It's not totally gone but a lot less than yesterday. Tuesday night I hated it, today I love it. So if your on the fence about it go for it but don't even bother starting it until the resonators are on..lol
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You payed way too much. I can get u them 18 each lol thats for 19' u want longer I can get them for 23 for a 22' resonator
22" total and they won't hollow out like alot of others will over time.

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You payed way too much. I can get u them 18 each lol thats for 19' u want longer I can get them for 23 for a 22' resonator
22 foot resonator? Where!?!?
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22" total and they won't hollow out like alot of others will over time.

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22 foot resonator? Where!?!?
-.- 22INCH!!!!!!!! Lol they are quality parts u mad overpaid
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-.- 22INCH!!!!!!!! Lol they are quality parts u mad overpaid
He's got it like that Charlie
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He's got it out that Charlie
We can always count on Charlie to make us feel better about paying normal prices and not "getting good deals from our friends." lol
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We can always count on Charlie to make us feel better about paying normal prices and not "getting good deals from our friends." lol
I heard he only pays 1.25 a gallon also! Lol
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I heard he only pays 1.25 a gallon also! Lol
Sometimes buying new is better than used. Just my .02
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Sometimes buying new is better than used. Just my .02
Umm its new .02 lol anyone need any lemme know ill send u the link haha

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He's got it like that Charlie
That was hilarious

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I heard he only pays 1.25 a gallon also! Lol
Bro its 1.27!!!! Hahahaahhaa
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