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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 05-08-2005, 12:34 AM Thread Starter
 
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Custom Exhaust, New Hood, Tint !

Exhaust - I put SLP Loudmouth Shotgun Resonators in place of the stock mufflers and ran 2.5" pipe straight out the back. (It sounds NICE!)
Sound Clip (The video doesnt sound half as good as it does in real life, in my opinion)
Hood - RK Sport Ram Air Hood, "GTO" hand laid under the clear coat
Tint - 20%












I need to take better pics, the car was dirty and weather was crappy.

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Oooooooooo, I like the way you had the "GTO" done on the hood..... car looks great by the way.
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How did you handle the rear facia; Did you cut it or is that a replacement?
If you cut it, could you describe the process and perhaps a closeup pic of the cut side.
It looks good, like it came that way.
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How did you handle the rear facia; Did you cut it or is that a replacement?
If you cut it, could you describe the process and perhaps a closeup pic of the cut side.
It looks good, like it came that way.
Thanks.

I had the body shop cut the valence. It took literally 10 minutes, the just measured up everything perfectly and cut it with a tiny sawz-all like took, it looked like the drill at a doctors office. I'll try to get some pics of the whole close up. It came out clean.
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Very, Very Nice...

Wow man that car sound nice and looks fantastic....Nice Job.
I am about to install my SAP and want to mod the rear facia like you have done. Some close ups would be nice as I want the split exhausts like you have. What did they put you back in terms of cost if you don't mind me asking?

Best regards

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Wow man that car sound nice and looks fantastic....Nice Job.
I am about to install my SAP and want to mod the rear facia like you have done. Some close ups would be nice as I want the split exhausts like you have. What did they put you back in terms of cost if you don't mind me asking?

Best regards

Andrew

A couple people have asked me to get close ups of the new exhaust exit, so this weekend i'll post some more, and more exhaust shots. Cost ? Well the bill for the hood was around 1,000 (including the lettering painted under the clear), but he gave me a "deal" for 700 cash, and he didnt charge for the cutting of the bumper, which took literally 10 minutes. I'll get those pics soon, if the thread is dead by then, i'll p.m. ya.
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Car looks great. Where did you order your hood and exhaust?
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Very nice! Any performance difference...better breathing etc??
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That is one mean looking goat!

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Looks nice, just I missed the deadline to hear what your exhaust sounded like...could you happen to put a fresh link on there for me, if not no big deal.

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