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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-10-2009, 04:48 PM Thread Starter
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can i get away with the stock exhaust with no heat shield without hurting my plastic
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can i get away with the stock exhaust with no heat shield without hurting my plastic
You can but you should throw in an aftermarket exhaust while you are at it! :)
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thanks for the answers i am working on getting a exhaust. I am going to buy the two bros carbon pipe. Is this a good choice? what else would you reccomend
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I've got the Two Bros M5 Carbon Slip-On. I love the look, as well as the sound.
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i got the two bro's carbon as well and IMO best sounding out there, the carbon fiber does NOT get hot so its probably the best one for the job if your worried about hurting the plastics. even tho no matter what exhaust you get you'll be fine
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Ditch it and the piece that covers the midpipe.



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I just got my Two Bros CF M2 exhaust and I love it! best sounding exhaust IMO

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