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Old 02-23-2002, 10:37 AM   #16
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I'm assuming its a full catback system,feel any extra horses? are correct that it looks like the tips is hanging about 1.5 inches to out,but you do not have to worry about exhaust burns on your bumper.....great looking car......

P.S watch out for parking blocks when backing in,those are true exhaust killers.

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Old 02-23-2002, 09:10 PM   #17
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yes the AA exhaust is "suppose" to be a cataylist back exhuast, but i've noticed that it doesn't go all the way there. You know how there is a good amount of piping after the cataylist before it goes into the muffler. Well the AA's pipes goes only halfway to the cataylist so i guess it's like a "half" catback exhaust??
Anyways I didn't try out it's top end yet, so i dunno about it's power gains, but I reckon that it can only be felt by a dynometer. But it does sound good though, isn't that all that matters?

and yea, thanks daytona, i'll try to watch out more often!

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