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post #1 of 22 Old 03-20-2011, 04:41 PM Thread Starter
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What would be a resonable price to have my Flowmaster catback system installed ?



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post #2 of 22 Old 03-20-2011, 09:52 PM
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I would do it for $300, but I am a push over, so let's say $600.

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a shop could bang that out in a couple hours, it is very straight forward. Check out a place or 2 in your area. It took me and a buddy less then 3 hrs on jack stands, taking our time

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I think me and my son may try to put them on . Looked at the video , does seem rather simple . How does it sound ?



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its pretty easy, the stock catback comes off in one piece... personally i think the hardest part is making sure the tips are straight, mine r close but i am going to play with them a little more when i do the headers. It sounds great, nice growl and rumble when you get on it.

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Is the front too low to drive it up on ramps ?



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Is the front too low to drive it up on ramps ?
maybe if you have low-pro ramps...other then that its a no go. backing onto ramps are not a problem... with mine anyway, as long as they are wide enough. it doesnt have to be all that high, but the higher it is the easier it will be

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Is the front too low to drive it up on ramps ?
Most places I've been have extension for the ramps to make it more gradual for lowered cars.

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I installed mine with my brother in law this past Sat. It took about 2 hours. Not as loud as my SLP Loudmouth on my 06 GTO but it sound awesome! For the money I paid for it $650 you can't beat the sound!

Very easy install and save yourself some money if you can get access to a lift your money.
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