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  1. VisualSeven
    12-03-2013 03:26 PM
    Says its still full lol, clear your sent too
  2. VisualSeven
    12-03-2013 03:19 PM
    You have a full inbox.
  3. 2004Black350z
    08-31-2013 05:37 AM
    Sup with link?
  4. 2004Black350z
    12-18-2012 02:02 PM
    LMAO Oh yea
  5. Cux350z
    11-26-2012 02:15 PM
    looks like you got it handled. You're providing facts while they are trying their usual methods to win.
  6. Tigre
    10-30-2012 05:35 PM
    Yeah I suppose I can do that but it'll get way more expensive. Apart from that how do I know if a y-pipe will fit perfectly for this muffler delete mod? I found one used in the marketplace for 250.

    But then this mod goes from 220 (for labor + cheap pipe) to 180 labor + 250 pipe + probably 25 shipping = 455 minimum. Expensive.

    Is there any auto specialty chain that's good that you know of? I'm trying to get my plenum spacer installed as well. Wish I had a go to shop.

    btw my car already has 75k miles so anything that would last at least 4 years is good enough for me. As long as it performs well lol.

    EDIT: I just found a exhaust specialty shop I'm going to call tomorrow and see what I can work out with them.
  7. Tigre
    10-29-2012 03:51 PM
    Hey IamWeeZzel suggested me to PM here is a copy of my post. If you can provide some insight that would be great and thanks in advance.

    Thanks for the replies. I've just installed the stillen hi-flow intake myself.

    I think I've decided to have my nearby Midas Auto do the plenum and exhaust job. I've been given a price of 220 for the exhaust work (deleting the muffler and having them weld on their own y-pipe along with the stock tips welded back on) and I've worked out a deal for 106 for the plenum install (originally they wanted 160).

    So a couple key things on my mind right now.

    Their exhaust guy told me he can use one of their pipes he gets for cheap that is steel, but not the same steel as stock or a stainless steel. He says it should last 6, 7, 8 years, basically the life of the car. My somewhat knowledgeable friend says I shouldn't be concerned and agrees with the exhaust guy's prediction. What do you think?

    Secondly I'm about to perform the brake pedal ecu reset. My unanswered question is, how am I supposed to drive after the ecu reset to ensure proper relearning? I am planning to go home to Naples (202-244 mile drive depending on the route) after the exhaust & plenum job along with another ecu reset. Will this cause problems and/or incorrect relearning if most of the driving done after the ecu reset is highway cruising?
  8. ImWeeZzel
    10-23-2012 01:54 PM
    That avatar makes your car fast br0
  9. Spork
    08-17-2012 12:29 PM
    Another R32.
  10. Spork
    08-17-2012 12:15 PM
    Another GTR when I'm up at Tokyo. Wanna find a bone stock one and start over fresh.

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    I like games and am a car enthusiast..cause my dad was a car enthusiast..and so was his. Except, they like muscle cars, and well, I don't.
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