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    BIG Thanx to Addicted!

    Mike,
    Thank you for your time and your skills today (and a nice, warm place to work).

    Your exhaust work is superb. Hell...everything is tight! (I'll clean it up and get some glamor shots as soon as my garage gets above 40*)

    -Erin
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    Nice work buddy!

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    Looks good Steach. Is that just a single pipe or is it jacketed?
    SHOOTER

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    If its still too loud, Use the Sound supression, I've run both with a straigh through water box (TDR) and the SS is WAY quieter then the blue hose set up.



    Nice work though

    cheers

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    Looks good. If you have a chance countersink the right rear engine mount and install a flush head it will prevent the coolant hose from rubbing.

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    lookin good

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    Quote Originally Posted by shooter98xpl View Post
    Looks good Steach. Is that just a single pipe or is it jacketed?
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    It's jacketed over the stock '08 exhaust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    Looks good. If you have a chance countersink the right rear engine mount and install a flush head it will prevent the coolant hose from rubbing.
    Nice tip. Thank you.

    S/C brackets turfed. H/E support.
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    ya know, that camera was a christmas present. havn't looked at any of the pics from it until now. . . DAYUM! they are so clear, my welds look bad

    post up the pics of the HX mount! I really like how that turned out.

    Also, if you put turf on the motor mount, you won't need to use flat head screws

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    Quote Originally Posted by addicted View Post
    Also, if you put turf on the motor mount, you won't need to use flat head screws
    Until the bolt head wears through the turf.

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