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Today 01:30 PM
Crwright This is may help the banging of your pipes,try taking some wooden blocks and wadge them into place. When I had my 3 INCH MBRP installed he shimmed it with wooden blocks it's worth a try.
Today 11:58 AM
CFHGARZA Just need a OBDII to USB cable(and proper driver), a laptop and FoCCCus software.
Today 09:22 AM
Crwright I was thinking of this, but really skidish about not knowing what I'm doing. I have a accutron scanner and just ordered my tuner from tom. What else do I need to perform this?
Today 09:08 AM
CFHGARZA
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I have been trying to do a led bulb mod in my new headlights, but the new headlights use a h7 bulbs witch I think is considered a foglight bulb. Bought the opti7 led with resisters but still get a dipped bulb light what do I need to do.
Use Focccus to switch the car computer to "alternative HID". That will make the car computer accept the lower wattage as okay. You wont even need the resistors that way.

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Yesterday 09:47 PM
Crwright I have been trying to do a led bulb mod in my new headlights, but the new headlights use a h7 bulbs witch I think is considered a foglight bulb. Bought the opti7 led with resisters but still get a dipped bulb light what do I need to do.
Yesterday 08:48 PM
youcantSEme Finally got a chance to see what my new summer wheels look like, then the winter wheels went right back on haha. The different offset of these fills out the wheel wells a lot better. I also swapped the bottom half of my airbox to the rs one too since I only put on the top before. The resonator on the bottom of the stock airbox was a lot bigger than I was expecting. I also put in a 1/4" pedal spacer a few weeks ago which really helps with heel toeing





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Yesterday 12:23 PM
Jburks
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What was the hang up with the twist in hangar, removal or installation? Did you use any WD40 or similar lubricant?
I used a lot of wd40 lol. It was both. It was hard to get out and get back in lol. Getting it off was hard because you can't twist it unless the hanger is disconnected from the exhaust but my stock hanger was crazy hard to get off the exhaust while it was still attached. I wound up just pulling it out of the slot instead of twisting it out and then muscling it off the exhaust. The new hanger was hard to get on because it was such a tight fit and the new hanger was so stiff that there was no play to get the exhaust to attach. Basically just took a lot of muscle. I was sore the whole next day lol.

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Yesterday 08:39 AM
offthewallds What was the hang up with the twist in hangar, removal or installation? Did you use any WD40 or similar lubricant?
02-24-2017 09:48 PM
Jburks it's worth it for sure. just be aware that the twist in hanger is PITA to install! it took me about 5 minutes to do the back hanger and probably a hour and half to do the twist in one. I only have to two hangers though. your ST exhaust should have all 4 hangers like the stock exhaust does.
02-24-2017 09:46 PM
FFhb13 Ill have to get me a set too.
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