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      08-13-2013, 11:33 AM   #26
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Originally Posted by ridin135
MPE would get my vote but I have heard if you do an x-pipe/test pipes it becomes an unfriendly exhaust. My question comes as why just between these two exhausts there are so many exhausts available at a more attractive price point? If you don't mind spending the money why not get the evolve exhaust that way you have two exhausts just a click away? Eisenmann race sounds very good as well and even better with test pipes. Or you could go the other end of the spectrum and get the Megan exhaust. It sounds fantastic, great build quality/fitment, and one of the only decently priced exhaust available.
Because weightloss. Still boggles my mind that such a performance oriented group of people don't consider the potential almost 50 lbs weight loss.
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