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Old 03-04-2010, 08:23 PM   #26
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Well... I met Scott back in 2005 when I bought my Mustang... I had never modded a car before... He introduced me to this madness of modding! ARGH!!!

I have the utmost respect for him... I mean how many people do you trust to take a drill to your baby!

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Old 03-07-2010, 03:13 PM   #27
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MRT 2.0

I'm going to be purchasing the MRT version 2.0 very soon online. Could someone tell me the best place to have this installed?? Dealership?? Please help!! Also, does it affect any of the warranties??
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Old 03-07-2010, 03:21 PM   #28
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I'm going to be purchasing the MRT version 2.0 very soon online. Could someone tell me the best place to have this installed?? Dealership?? Please help!! Also, does it affect any of the warranties??
I tend to avoid dealerships...

If there are any local car clubs, you may want to ask around and see who they recommend... Check out the local performance shops... Also you local exhaust shop should be able to handle this with no issues...

The should be no warranty issue.. The dealership has to show that your aftermarket parts are the cause of the problem.. and with a simple axle back there is really no problems it's going to cause...

Check these pages:

http://www.aimseco.com/Support/Magnu...rrantyAct.aspx

http://www.semasan.com/main/main.aspx?id=60128
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Old 03-08-2010, 06:26 PM   #29
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Version 2.0

Thank You Scrming for all your help and advice!! I'm going to be purchasing the MRT 2.0 exhaust! Can't wait for April when I can pull my Camaro out of winter storage and have the new exhaust installed!!!!
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Old 03-08-2010, 06:41 PM   #30
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Thank You Scrming for all your help and advice!! I'm going to be purchasing the MRT 2.0 exhaust! Can't wait for April when I can pull my Camaro out of winter storage and have the new exhaust installed!!!!
Your welcome!
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Old 03-08-2010, 09:29 PM   #31
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I tend to avoid dealerships...

If there are any local car clubs, you may want to ask around and see who they recommend... Check out the local performance shops... Also you local exhaust shop should be able to handle this with no issues...

The should be no warranty issue.. The dealership has to show that your aftermarket parts are the cause of the problem.. and with a simple axle back there is really no problems it's going to cause...

Check these pages:

http://www.aimseco.com/Support/Magnu...rrantyAct.aspx

http://www.semasan.com/main/main.aspx?id=60128
Well yeah,

I went to my dealer to install the Magna flow cat back, and they called the big boss who said Cat back no probelm but once he saw (Magna Flow). He said to me this is not a GM part, sorry.

I was realistic and said to him OK fine then get me a GM cat back.

He called his engineer, and asked him whether he can install Magnaflow cat backs. The engineer said I can do anything for money, then screwed me with a word ( This will void your warranty).

Crashed him again, Your GM cans warranty is for only 3 years, Magnaflow has a life time warranty so what warranty are talking about?

He said: Alternation voids warranty, I said: NO it is Mis-Alternation caused by me voids warranty . Please speak English.

I want you to do the Alternation, and warranty your hand job not the part.

He gave up and said: FINE I will do it , but if the engine fails you will be responsible for it.

Magna Flow please dont let me down !!
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