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Old 04-23-2015, 10:13 AM   #1
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What would I need to do if I go through with this? Do I need new side skirts of can the pipes go right under? Or would they burn the skirt?


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If at all possible drive a car that has side pipes. I can't stand breathing in exhaust and if you drive with your window down in slow traffic you might feel ill. I love side exhaust but will never do it.
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Well if your cars lowered from stock, you can forget it. But it really depends what size pipe you use and what exhaust tip you use...


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Am really wanting to do something about that wheel gap in the future. Maybe 20" wheels with similar height tires? Rather than match existing rolling radius, increase it to fill the gap? Can't lower it. Dunno.

Oh, exhaust fumes, not a problem. And you really get to hear the exhaust.


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Am really wanting to do something about that wheel gap in the future. Maybe 20" wheels with similar height tires? Rather than match existing rolling radius, increase it to fill the gap? Can't lower it. Dunno.

Oh, exhaust fumes, not a problem. And you really get to hear the exhaust.


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Did you get the cervini's kit for the side?


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Sherrod. Magnaflow exhausts. Very loud and guttural-raspy under load. Burbles and pops when downshifting. Intoxicating.


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Am really wanting to do something about that wheel gap in the future. Maybe 20" wheels with similar height tires? Rather than match existing rolling radius, increase it to fill the gap? Can't lower it. Dunno.

Oh, exhaust fumes, not a problem. And you really get to hear the exhaust.


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Damn sounds like it will break necks!! How about the side skirt? Got it there too?


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Pipes aren't under skirts. They angle out from center of car to sides.


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