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Immo
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Aug 19, 5:07am - #37237 
My new Invidia exhaust just got in

Check this,
I just got my Invidia exhaust delivered, cost me a shitload of money, about 750 usd to get it here..
Yuck shipping costs suck bigtime. If someone can point me good europe-based store for nice stuff please do..

Anyway, I got this package...

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Aug 19, 5:07am - #37238 
Opened it up and found this inside

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Aug 19, 5:08am - #37239 
A close-up of the muffler, looking good, I put in the silencer not to lose it even before I put the exhaust on.

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Aug 19, 5:11am - #37240 
There is no manual with it, not even a piece of vinyl, cheap fuckers. Well, installing an exhaust shouldn't be that hard I assume. Just hang it in the hangers and bolt it on, right...

I was wondering whether there shouldn't be a piece of gasket between the flanges? Or should I just (re-)use the one that is on now? Please help me out here.

Than there is the question of the brackety thing with two 6mm bolts, it's in front of the exhaust in the 2nd pic. I have absolutely no clue what they are for. Any ideas?

Hope to have it on soon, to let you hear a sound clip and some pics.

Greetings

Immo

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Aug 19, 5:27am - #37241 
can't wait for the sounds! good luck w/ install. Shouldn't be too bad. thumbsup

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Aug 19, 6:13am - #37242 
Immo, where are you from?



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Aug 19, 7:05am - #37243 
Originally Posted by Spread Eagle
Immo, where are you from?


Tilburg, The Netherlands..

You ?

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IcEd blUe
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Aug 19, 7:49am - #37244 
Originally Posted by Immo
Originally Posted by Spread Eagle
Immo, where are you from?


Tilburg, The Netherlands..

You ?


he lives in sweden


hey i've bein to holland,great place!!

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Aug 19, 8:17am - #37245 
looks great dude!
you can probably just use the stock hangers and such...whatever you need. grin


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Aug 19, 8:31am - #37246 
Any ideas on the bracket which is lying in front of the exhaust in the second picture?

I checked underneath my car and from what I can see I can indeed just use the stock rubbers.
What's the trick in getting all the 'pins' in the rubbers since there are two 'pins' which are directly pointing towards each other. How am I supposed to get them both in?
Can't move it back when the front one is in, can't move it to the front when the back one is in.

Or are the rubbers that stretchable?

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Aug 19, 8:44am - #37247 
Originally Posted by Immo
Any ideas on the bracket which is lying in front of the exhaust in the second picture?


Looks like an asymmetrical coathanger to me grin

Sorry Immo, couldn't let that one pass.
Nice to see you here also thumbsup

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Aug 19, 9:18am - #37248 
Originally Posted by Marco_L
Originally Posted by Immo
Any ideas on the bracket which is lying in front of the exhaust in the second picture?


Looks like an asymmetrical coathanger to me grin

Sorry Immo, couldn't let that one pass.
Nice to see you here also thumbsup


I was wondering when you'd notice it was me.
Have a nice holiday smile

I would have opted for the vinyl instead of the asymeticral coathanger wtf

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Aug 19, 9:28am - #37249 
Originally Posted by Immo
Originally Posted by Spread Eagle
Immo, where are you from?


Tilburg, The Netherlands..

You ?


Check my sig wink



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