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Old 07-25-2013, 11:19 AM   #1
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Default WTB: Greddy Turbo 1.6 Outlet pipe (see pic)

I bought a greddy kit for my 1.6 and living in CA, I want to make sure I have all the parts I need to pass smog which includes the genuine Greddy parts.

I'm looking for the Greddy Outlet pipe (the part that comes from the turbo).

It's the part pictured below with the word "Greddy" on it.

If you have the part, let me know how much you want for it.

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Old 07-25-2013, 11:48 AM   #2
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Whats special about that particular part, that it is needed to pass??? serious question.. lol
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Old 07-25-2013, 12:36 PM   #3
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I don't really need it to pass actual emissions but I wanted to make sure i have something that says "Greddy" on it so they know it's the genuine part. I can always pull out the install guide which shows the part. The other benefit is that I can utilize the OEM intake pipe as shown in the picture above. I do plan on slapping an intercooler on it eventually (for off road use...) but to be CARB compliant will need the original stuff as much as possible.

Just seeing if anyone has these lying around from upgrading to a FMIC =)
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I think if you cant find one (should be able to) you should just put a hardpipe there with a greddy sticker. lol
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haha..that's not a bad idea. That will be my back up plan =)
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I've got those brand new, never installed. $20 + shipping sound fair?
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I've got those brand new, never installed. $20 + shipping sound fair?
$20 plus shipping for greddy stickers??? thats a damn good deal... lol jk
i figured someone would have one... lots of us have greddy kits that we decided to make better, by removing the "kit" part of it. lol

JUMP ON IT DUDE!!! probably wont find a better deal that hornetball is offering!!!
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$25 shipped good? If so, let me know what your PayPal is.
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Actually, I thought I was doing you a favor. Didn't really want to get into haggling.

Let's take this to PM. I won't be able to ship anything until next week anyway, and need to find out how much shipping will be (I'm assuming UPS ground or USPS would be OK).
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I PMed you but no reply..

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Sorry. Thought I had replied. Will do so now.
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Thanks Bro. Got the parts today. You were not kidding about them sitting in your garage collecting dust...haha.

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