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Old 03-21-2010, 12:09 PM   #1
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Where can I buy one for an 1.8 .
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Old 03-21-2010, 12:22 PM   #2
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I have searched to no avail . Which is why I asked .Thanks
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Go to napa, buy some pipe. Then go home and cut your cat off with a sawzall, weld the pipe in place, game over.
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Make one ,Yes I could . Thought I might find one over the counter somewhere . Ebay is not an option . Thanks
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Contact ARTech, he made me one and it looks great. I haven't installed it yet, but the first impression was excellent.
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Ebay is easier than fabbing it yourself and likely cheaper.
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^^^ Lmao

I'm gettin my DP long enough to replace the cat and extent to meet my cat-back
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+1, that's where mine is from. It's not like the mad tyte JDM testpipes are gonna flow any better than the ebay pipes.
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Make one ,Yes I could . Thought I might find one over the counter somewhere . Ebay is not an option . Thanks
Ebay is always an option. Otherwise go to a auto wrecker, find a catalytic converter, and gut it.
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BEGI sells the Enthuza Test pipe. Direct drop it piece. It sells for $75.00.
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+1, that's where mine is from. It's not like the mad tyte JDM testpipes are gonna flow any better than the ebay pipes.
Then you clearly don't know how JDM works.
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