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Old 05-26-2013, 10:31 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by Deftones View Post
Why not just have a exhaust shop straighten the tips out? It would only set you back a few bucks. I know you "shouldn't" have to go through that route but let's be realistic here, they are aftermarket parts so it should be expected. The most expensive headers and exhaust have fitment problems from to time as well. Hell, even oem parts don't come perfect, we all know this.
Yeah I'm probably gonna take it down and spend the money to have it fixed the right way. The dude (at the shop) that initially installed the whole system is a skilled mechanic and he gave up on it. He adjusted the hangers and screwed with fitment for quite a while but wasn't pleased with it either.

I've been modifying and working on cars for many many years and I know parts don't fit perfectly but the fitment usually gets better as the price goes up. Not in this case I guess.
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