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Old 12-07-2005, 07:55 PM   #21
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Default RE: I'd say the Borla's are broke in now...

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Nice andyman....

Do you have headers to?
no but long tubes are next on the list. I plan on staying with the h-pipe as well...i don't like the xpipe sound too too much
Yeah, that's the set-up I have. You will really like the long tube headers added to your setup. Your neighbors won't though.
good....i dont know anyone here and i dont plan to
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