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Old 12-02-2013, 12:18 PM   #36
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Is the stock one as good as the aftermarket ones??
The aftermarket ones will net you at least 3 more RWHP.
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That's a good one there slayer..... Lol
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Old 12-02-2013, 03:18 PM   #38
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My guess would be yes.
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Pretty much turned into a f/s section in here!
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What's an f/s section? And just wondering if they are as strong as aftermarket cuz they only bolt to the inner 4 bolts instead of all of them.
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They're all the same functionality wise, stock is the best looks wise IMHO.
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F/s=for sale.
Dont really think it matters if there are 4 or 8 nuts holding them on. The should not move eother way its not tortion...ie, twisting.
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Yea, I prefer the look of the stock too.
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I installed a factory STB on my base model 2014 GT and while it looks good, I personally didn't notice any difference compared to before the install. To be fair though, I didn't drive any really winding roads until after the installation so my observation may not be that relevant.


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