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Old 09-09-2016, 08:14 AM   #21
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I think they was referring to the inside of the new tips.
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Old 09-09-2016, 09:32 AM   #22
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As it states...the pipes behind the tips so the tips are the only shiny.
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Old 03-17-2017, 07:07 PM   #23
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I think it looks great. Can you provide any tips on installing the valence? I have an OEM valence however I am unsure how to install it correctly. Is it just 3m body tape or do you add screws as well? Thanks.
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I love it!!! I'm wanting to do the same to my car. Do you have some pictures of the rear section?
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I think it looks great. Can you provide any tips on installing the valence? I have an OEM valence however I am unsure how to install it correctly. Is it just 3m body tape or do you add screws as well? Thanks.
Sorry it took so long to reply, been busy lately. It was a little tricky getting it lined up, but not too bad. It is 3m tape all the way around, as well as 3 plastic push pins. There is a push pin on each side right behind the tire, and one in the middle above the cme. It's still very secure, and is not going anywhere. I had someone help me hold it in place, while I put pieces of painters tape all the way around to hold it in place. Once it was in place, I slowly pealed the 3m tape while pressing it on the bumper as I went. Pretty straight forward.
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I love it!!! I'm wanting to do the same to my car. Do you have some pictures of the rear section?
I'll snap a few pictures of the rear section. The only thing I did was undue the clamps holding the tips on, and remove them. Then I took the car to an exhaust shop, and they welded on two 90 degree elbows to the existing borla pipes. They also added two extra hangers at the elbows for stability.
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Old 06-06-2017, 08:55 PM   #27
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Got the same CME on the Kooks true dual setup. Excellent product!
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Got the same CME on the Kooks true dual setup. Excellent product!
Looks good! Definitely a great product.
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If i had a camaro, this kit would be mandatory!
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I love it!!! I'm wanting to do the same to my car. Do you have some pictures of the rear section?
Here are a few pictures of where it was welded to the cat back. I had them weld on the right side pipe after the flange so I could still retain the adjustability with the plates (although I usually just have no plate in there). Hope this helps a little.






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I have the same exhaust. I have a cut out in place of the plates. LOVE IT THO !!
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