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post #1 of 3 Old 02-06-2013, 09:48 AM Thread Starter
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Red face think I pissed them off

Took my 95 F 350 duelly into the shop Monday morning to have the Bellowed uppipe kit and 4" diamondEye Turbo back installed. From everything I've read on here and, I had one person tell me he could install the uppipe kit in about 3 hours, I was thinking it would be a two day job to complete all. This is the third day and it's still being worked on but, after calling again this morning, I was told I will have it back today but thought they had all week to complete. DiamondEye is to blame a little bit. They advertized old out new in. Only they don't tell you there's a lot of cutting and piecing together to get the new in.
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Why would you cut the new ones? Or is it in need of firewall mod to fit

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I went from 3" to 4" from turbo back to exhaust tip with a 3" DP. I was told it was taking so long because they have to match up the new pipe with the same location as the old and had to trim to make the 4" fit correctly over the rear axle and have the muffler at a spot where there would be no drome noise inside while driving. But, everything is cool. Just had a call from them and they just have to put my running boards back on and it's done. They're even going to come and get me in the morning.
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