|Today 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.|
|Today 09:46 PM|
|FFhb13||Ill have to get me a set too.|
|Today 09:44 PM|
unfortunately i'm still hearing the rattling sounds when i back up. but only when i'm in reverse. i'm going to try and poke around some more this weekend and see if i can pinpoint where the noise is coming from but i feel pretty confident it's the header. i'll need to have some sort of bracket made at some point i think.
i am really glad i swapped those hangers though. the stock ones where so weak i could bend them in half one handed. they were just flimsy rubber. the new COBB ones are way more stiff.
|Today 09:36 PM|
|Today 08:21 PM|
|Today 07:05 PM|
I just dipped my tail lights and installed some dash cams.
|Today 02:36 AM|
I've always really liked your car and the volvo wheels! It's definitely served as an inspiration for some of my mods
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|Today 01:28 AM|
Its been forever, but here is the new lighting setup on my Focus
New HID projector Headlights with led DRL
LED DRL grill inserts
and LED fog lights
and Shes also just got a set of ST Recarcos
She still has some way to go.
|Yesterday 06:50 PM|
|jet.flashman||New shoes...18x8 Konig Runlites in matte grey with 235/40/18 tires.|
|Yesterday 02:15 PM|
So I was able to get my COBB exhaust hangers installed today. Turns out the twist in one is much harder to get out and put back in than I originally anticipated. I was a little surprised at just how weak the stock hangers were compared to the COBB. Definitely a worthwhile upgraded for people with aftermarket exhausts.
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