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Old November 18th, 2011, 08:42 AM
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Well yes, there is always that angle, but it doesnt get us all a new stainless borla set up at a great price.
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Old November 18th, 2011, 09:14 AM
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They're not only loyal to their customers, but also to their suppliers. They have recommended Atlantic British to me every chance they have had, and I believe AB was even offering discounts on the Borla exhaust systems a month or so ago. Not sure if it still stands.
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Old December 12th, 2011, 09:15 PM
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Can't freaking wait to install this new Borla. It looks completely redesigned.
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Old December 14th, 2011, 08:10 AM
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More porn. Can't wait to get this (and New cats, new o2s, etc. since I figured I'll do the whole system at the same time) installed! Just waiting on the cats to arrive.
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What are you doing with the old tail pipe? If you don't have to send it back im interested.
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You are turning into Ron with exhaust parts in your living room. Good thing you have a GF and not a wife or that exhaust would be on the street.
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Alex! Long time no see. I was actually in NC when it showed up, so I got a nice phone call from her while I was gone that she had to carry it up the stairs to our apt. Fortunately it's not very heavy, just clumsy to carry (she said).
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Alex! Long time no see. I was actually in NC when it showed up, so I got a nice phone call from her while I was gone that she had to carry it up the stairs to our apt. Fortunately it's not very heavy, just clumsy to carry (she said).
See- GF. Wife would have kicked it and left it on the street.

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Be nice, I keep my bike triathlon bike in the house. I think my daughter considers it a sibling. Just not allowed to keep my Rover parts on the dining room table (anymore).
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Installed! Brought a set of new oxygen sensors, cats, and the new Borla muffler and tailpipe out to Vasquez Muffler on Jerome Ave out in the Bronx. They charged me $200 cash for an hour and a half of work to cut out, uninstall and then install/weld all the new stuff. These dudes have some welding skills!!!

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What did you do with the old tailpipe?
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I had them cutoff the old muffler and saved the tailpipe and tip all in one piece. I haven't taken pics of it yet as I'm down in Charleston.
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Old February 1st, 2012, 07:27 PM
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Phillip, here's the tailpipe I saved.
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Not to hijack. But I have been looking in which exhaust to get. My indy said to go NRP but they are triple what the rest are. I have been looking into borla or magnaflow. Are they the same output increase wise? My stock is getting a bit of a howl of course since it's 15 years old maybe it's breaking down a bit. If we get a group buy with borla and it's recommended in the group I am in.

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there have been plenty of recommendations for the Borla.
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