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Old 02-16-2012, 09:04 AM
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Wondering if anybody has ordered any parts off of Amazon,im doing some price looking i can get a edge insight cts, egt probe and 4 inch turbo back stainless steel exhaust for a grand total of $970!! Has anybody else found any better deals for all 3 of these
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Old 02-16-2012, 09:28 AM
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Bet a site sponsor would make you a deal.
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almost a grand for gauges and an exhaust setup, damn. My exhaust consists of a 4" downpipe, then 4" pipe that the exhaust/muffler shop had laying against the wall, to the tailpipe piece that wraps over the axle. If you can piece the exhaust together and skip buying the whole "mbrp exhaust system" you could probably save a lot of $$. If you have a trusted muffler shop in your area see if they have any 4" pipe laying around they will most likely charge a lot less then vendors or mbrp or whoever. jmo.
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save yourself from STAINLESS STEEL and get aluminized and i bet that cost will drop bigtime! no need for stainless if you ask me
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^^^what he said. Forgot to add everything I have is aluminized.
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I would go aluminized but im from michigan and they use salt like crazy up here so i would prefer the stainless steel
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Let me ask this then what last longer stainless or aluminum
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Let me ask this then what last longer stainless or aluminum
If its the SS409 then it will rust because it does have some iron in it, if it's SS304 then it will stay shinny.

As far as lasting longer, if you scratch off the aluminized coating when installing, you'll get rust.

Either way, SS409 or aluminized should last you a very long time.

If you want all out shinny look forever, go with the expensive SS304.
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GIVE US A CALL AT THE OFFICE, WERE OPEN TILL 8PM EST! LETS MAKE A DEAL! :THUMB:
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