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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-11-2007, 09:18 AM Thread Starter
 
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For me, probably like most people searching for exhaust, appearance was jsut as important as sound. I wanted something that looked like it fit, and most exhausts stick out further than I wanted to deal with. But dont let that sway you from getting what you want. I just finished making my custom two brothers can. Check it out.







That is the C5 carbon can, shortened and straightened the exhaust so it doesnt hang left like so many two bro's cans do.
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looks real good , good work.
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i ordered my m 2. cant wait!
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NICE!!! How did you make it shorter? Any pics on how to do it step by step?
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I have the C5 too...I love it!:01_thumbu
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its really easy, you just drill out the rivets, and mark for a straight cut, and use a metal blade or fiberglass blade on a band saw. Make sure you dont cut the end towards the tip, but the mounting end. Just mark where to drill for the new rivets, and drill them out. Find a place that sells stainless steel rivets so you can match them up with the factory rivets and its ready to go. A little stunter know how, they all cut they're exhausts to keep them from scraping.
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now let see someone striaghten an 03-04 pipe
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how did you straighten it? They are curved for a reason arent they
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I wanted something that looked like it fit, and most exhausts stick out further than I wanted to deal with.
Let me know when your rear tail light starts getting all black from carbon ;]

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I used a jardine midpipe to straighten it...
Use grease lightning or simple green to get the carbon off your taillight...




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