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Chaz
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May 27, 11:09am - #187122 
Does length really matter?

Ok everyone, I'm close to getting a TRD exhaust, but I have a question.

I'm going to get a body kit at some point, but it might be a while.

Should I get the standard or extended length?

Will extended look weird on a stock body?

thanks


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May 27, 11:21am - #187123 
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May 27, 11:26am - #187124 
I know what it looks like, but I want other peoples opinion on the looks wave


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May 27, 11:28am - #187125 
its fine!

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May 27, 11:31am - #187126 
Originally Posted by Chaz

I know what it looks like, but I want other peoples opinion on the looks wave

kool but since you want a kit might as well get the extended one you can extend the standard lenght later on but thats just added cost. but as far as how it looks on a stock bumper it looks fine thumbsup

btw courtesy of ct heres a standard length one on stock
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May 27, 11:32am - #187127 
That's all I wanted thanks guys thumbsup


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May 27, 11:35am - #187128 
umm i think it looks a little better.

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May 27, 11:39am - #187129 
it matters depending on which woman you ask laughsilly



I personally think the extended looks better, even on stock.

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May 27, 1:37pm - #187130 
extended is fine with stock rear but you almost want to or even need to if ur gonna go with a aftermarket rear later

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