I haven't looked at the custom shops. I do have a DiamondEye turbo-back 4" system. I wasn't happy with the way they and the installer treated me, so I'd be more inclined to look at MBRP next time.
You might look at MBRP to see what their prices are and decide if you want to use a custom shop or not. Most of these aftermarket systems can be installed in your driveway without too much difficulty.
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Anyone know of a custom exhaust shop that is reasonably priced around the treasure valley? Been calling a bunch of places around town and they all seem to be way over priced. Thanks.
I know this is an old post and you probably have the exhaust done now, so this information is for others that are looking. I have had the 'Muffler Mill ' in Notus Idaho do my jobs several times in my street rod. Every time i change to a different engine location or headers i have to get some changes made. He is very careful of how it's done and neat looking . Price is dirt cheap compared to other shops i have used.
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