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post #1 of 10 Old 01-15-2010, 07:54 PM Thread Starter
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Kooks LT's Jet Hot Coated, Cats and Corsa....

ok so i just bought 1 7/8" Kooks LT's with the Kooks high flow cats and had the headers sent to Jet Hot for 1700 degree coating. i also bought the Corsa Sport catback exhaust with tips and have them in my heated garage still in the boxes.

i'm thinking that since this is my wifes car and she's real fussy about the exhaust note, that i may sell this stuff and get my horsepower via Super Charger.

so if anyones interested in this package, pm me.

it's all new still in the boxes and packed up so i didn't take any pics (i'm sure y'all know what this stuff looks like).

$2500 for the package firm plus real shipping costs. no lowballers please, i'll use them before i sell them cheaper. individually the cost is more.

i may possibly trade the Corsa for a Borla TOURING catback with tips....

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post #2 of 10 Old 01-15-2010, 08:00 PM
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Dont mind me asking why did you have them jet hot coated ?

THEY ARE STAINLESS

For looks ?

IF so be prepared to get the mothers out and polish them quite often.

Stainless is what its called STAINLESS.


Good luck on your sale you wont have a hard time selling them im sure............. putting a maggy on huh ?
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Dont mind me asking why did you have them jet hot coated ?
I'm guessing to keep the heat inside the primarys and out of the engine bay.

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I'm guessing to keep the heat inside the primarys and out of the engine bay.
partially correct......looks and protecting everything around them too.

i might still put em' on with a SC.....i can always take em off if mama doesn't like the sound!

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if your going to get a supercharger, headers are a must, or else your just restricting the extra flow! the corsa catback is a top notch exhaust and should not create a very raspy sound when installed! with their exhaust you get quiet cruising sounds and the awesome performance sound at WOT.

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if your going to get a supercharger, headers are a must, or else your just restricting the extra flow! the corsa catback is a top notch exhaust and should not create a very raspy sound when installed! with their exhaust you get quiet cruising sounds and the awesome performance sound at WOT.
if i go HTV1900 i'll get 550-575rwhp at 7.5psi with just my CAI and that's my target. if i get what i want for them, i'll keep the stock exhaust on and get the GMPP axle back.

that would be the ultimate sleeper!

if decide to put everything on and the HTV1900, that's fine too.....but i think the wife would be happier the other way.

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Looks like a great deal
If you are looking for a close to stock sound and great performance check out our supercharged build. It sounds close to stock until you get into it.
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Looks like a great deal
If you are looking for a close to stock sound and great performance check out our supercharged build. It sounds close to stock until you get into it.
http://www.engineeredvictories.com/fugitive/
and whats ur package go for? i was actually thing of a 1900 rather than the 2300 for efficiency reasons.

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How much do you want for just the headers?

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How much do you want for just the headers?
sorry.......i just installed the headers and exhaust this weekend!

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