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Old 03-30-2006, 07:04 AM
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Cat-Back Install

Who wants to help? I picked up a Borla dual side exit rear exhaust for a good deal from Summit. I'd like to save some $$ and install it myself. It looks like everything comes with it, including the hangers for the added side. Just tossing it out there.
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I'd be game depending on when you are planning on doing it.

Maybe have a GTG at the same time..... That way there are many brains there to make one and if any problems arise there will be an answer...
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The hardest part of any catback install is gettimg the stock unit off! Good luck. Ive put a number of aftermarket catbacks on without any major problems.
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I know. The stock exhust is pretty rusted, but there's only 21K miles on her! I think there's a loose baffle in the stock muffler because I get a rattling at certain RPMs, and I checked all the heat sheilds. Time for it to go!!

I was thinking of tackling it this weekend, but Sat looks like rain, so looks more like Sunday. I know its last minute, but the more brains the better!
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Well, I never got around to it this weekend. Yard work is taking all my time with this good weather. I have to pull out some shrubs this weekend, but I like to attempt it either this weekend or next.
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you still have my number??
I got quite a bit going on but can probably fit in a couple hours in to tinker on someone elses car
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Yeah, I still have your number. We'll have to see how my other chores go this week and weekend. So far I'm behind because of the weather as far as yard work!
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Ya I hear you.
I just remembered afte I wrote the last post that I need to get a fence up this weekend so I don't have to spend 1/2 my paycheck every month on doggy daycare.

And I have a project that needs to be done before the May meet.
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