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Old 11-18-2013, 03:52 PM   #31
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New Frankenstein dual exhaust

Properly place angle cut tip actually flows with the bumper cut quite well. Mine looks so small with a direct shot of the rear! With I would have gone a little bigger but in the shop it felt so big!! Haha
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Old 11-18-2013, 04:17 PM   #32
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I think quad tips on a Focus would look> . Dual single tips look nice though.
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Old 11-18-2013, 04:27 PM   #33
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What shop did you take it to? If you don't mind me asking.
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Properly place angle cut tip actually flows with the bumper cut quite well. Mine looks so small with a direct shot of the rear! With I would have gone a little bigger but in the shop it felt so big!! Haha
That looks freaking sweet.
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Old 11-19-2013, 08:01 AM   #35
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What shop did you take it to? If you don't mind me asking.
I got it done at Jeffreys automotive their exhaust shop wouldn't cut the bumper but the body shop would for $50.

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Old 11-19-2013, 05:47 PM   #36
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Are you lowered with coil overs? It looks too low to be sportlines. Oh, and the 3.5" tips are MORE than enough....lol. It looks good though.
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Looks nice a nice setup
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digging this thread up because i saw you post in another thread. that looks and sounds great, falcon9du5w0! exactly what i want to do (smaller tips tho, heh).

wondering if i can just pull the lower valance off my bumper, have a shop fit the exhaust, then do the cutouts and re-install the valence myself.
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digging this thread up because i saw you post in another thread. that looks and sounds great, falcon9du5w0! exactly what i want to do (smaller tips tho, heh).

wondering if i can just pull the lower valance off my bumper, have a shop fit the exhaust, then do the cutouts and re-install the valence myself.
Its connected to the bumper with male/female type connections and a couple bolts in the rear wheel well areas. Sounds like a simple process to disassemble until you see it. The factory set it up to make installation of the rear valence very simple but removal very difficult if not impossible? I was going to pull mine off to paint it but that was a no go. A member on here told me the bumper had to be removed to seperate the two effectively. Whether or not that's true I can't confirm, only that it was a pita to try and seperate, I threw in the towel and said screw it.

I would just tell the shop to install the exhaust but leave the tips off and give them to you. Go home, insert the piping off of the muffler, make the cuts, go back the next day and have them finish welding the exhaust tip piping on.
If there's an easier way I'm all ears. I haven't done this mod yet and would like to in the future.
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ah that is a good idea, even easier.
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