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Old 04-08-2008, 09:36 PM   #1
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sonic catback? from massive

anybody have it? how does it sound and how happy are you with it? looking to get this next week. want a reassuring opinion form another owner.


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Old 04-09-2008, 09:30 AM   #2
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there is a sound clip of it on massive's site isn't there? atleast there was. i asked this same exact question a while back and was told it's on there.
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i would of got it but they havent made it for a dtec and its not ss
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yeah but does anybody actually HAVE it? im pretty convinced i wanna do the install my self cause local shops charge like 200! haha but yeah or do you guys have any other exhausts u suggest?
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merlins charged 50 bucks to instal
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oh well thats good to know.... cause im worried about those damn bolts holding the stock exhaust to the cat. i heard they are a pain
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Yeah, if your worried most exhaust shops will do it for cheap.
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cool! another question, im afraid of it rusting... just a theory... if i spray the majority of the system minus the muffler tip, with rustoleum will this prevent rust since this particular system isnt stainless steel?
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dude im sorry, i cant help it .LOL, i think if you sprayed it with crustoleum, you would probly be under there every couple weeks respaying. on the other hand i know of some sh-t out there that is made for non ss systems. ill look around for ya.
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It is fully aluminized. That will last much longer than any spray paint.
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