Just snapped a couple pics of my buddy's ride after we finished his exhaust. I think it turned out pretty sweet. Notice how we Y'ed it above the rear suspension and brought it over under the spare tire well.
We completely fabbed his exhaust from the flex pipe back at the shop i work at. He had some other exhaust on there that looked like a piece of crap from a local wannabe exhaust shop (Herb's muffler for anyone in the NW) He had the magnaflow resonator and tip and so i searched around till i found a matching tip and reused the muffler. It sounds pretty good. A little loud for my taste, but deep and burly.CrazyMatt said:I want that exhaust on my sedan.....
Really, I do. Can you help? Was there any 'core' exhaust in there? Like, I was planning on using the MBRP exhaust as my 'core' exhaust, then fabbing it into a dual....
I agree, but just remember you get what you pay for. I work for one of the most respected custom exhaust builders in Western Washington. We are almost never the lowest price, but as you can see our work is pretty good.BlackNRed01 said:matt dont buy an mbrp and then hack it up, bring it ot an exhaust shop and have them make you something custom, hacking an mbrb would judt waste money.
finally some respect for the wagon! I have always hated them, but for some reason his car has grown on me. When we used to cruise around together it was cool, cause we have the same car yet they are complete opposites. He would roll through an intersection and people would hear the bass in the slammed wagon on chrome, and then i would follow it up with the scream of the blow off valve out of the turbo hatch on black steelies. Bizzy_13 said:That is a very nice, clen looking dual exhaust. I actually really like that alot. And for the Focus wagon being an ugly car, (no dis wagoneers, just mpo) that one looks good. I like those rims on there, dropped like that. Thats a hell of a drop by the way, damn.
well, that makes a lot of sense now that you explain it.ForceFedFocus said:our bender couldnt get a tight enough bend to dive underneath the spare tire well off the left side of the Y, so while we were trying to brainstorm another way to do it, i came up with the idea. It actually was WAY easier then trying to make it work the other way. It made the welds wide open and simplified the install alot. Because the car is so low, we wanted to keep it up as high as possible. Going this direction gave us plenty of clearance off the ground and the car. I know it looks crazy, but in reality that was the easier way to do it.