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Old 01-23-2013, 03:15 PM
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is flo pro as good?

are the flo pro exhaust products as good as the mbrp ones????
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I've had to weld every flo~pro I've done because their band clamps don't hold the pipe togther like it should, other than that they are a nice system. I prefer MBRP.

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No, the flo pro products that I have installed did not fit right and hung low. Maybe now they have been gone up in quality but I doubt it. AFE, banks, MBRP all fit great.
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I've had to weld ever flo~pro I've done because their band clamps don't hold the pipe togther like it should, other than that they are a nice system. I prefer MBRP.
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No, the flo pro products that I have installed did not fit right and hung low. Maybe now they have been gone up in quality but I doubt it. AFE, banks, MBRP all fit great.
thanks for the input guys
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I've had to weld ever flo~pro I've done because their band clamps don't hold the pipe togther like it should, other than that they are a nice system. I prefer MBRP.
I have the same problem. The 2 AFT pipe's loosen and slid out of the bungs.

Did you weld the entire system or just the end?
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Old 01-24-2013, 08:21 PM
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FloPro is junk. They have updated their clamps and made changes to certain systems, but I refuse to feed them money
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Re: is flo pro as good?

Go mbrp

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is flo pro as good?

I put my 5" SS flopro exhaust on about 8 months ago, went in flawless and the clamps hold great. I'm no newb to exhaust or how parts should fit ect.


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I do like my mbrp. No complaints from me, went in perfect once I realized I needed to cut to lenght lol.
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I have the same problem. The 2 AFT pipe's loosen and slid out of the bungs.

Did you weld the entire system or just the end?
I just tack weld on both sides of every clamp...works great, I just make sure to tack where you can easily get a grinder on it if the exhaust has to come off.
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