[s-cars] ...and how was your day, dear?
tmullane at snet.net
Thu Jul 22 22:53:06 EDT 2004
This is a brand new system that has never been installed. The tip thing
isn't really a big deal, but the system is tight to the cat. I know they
use a sort "mold" to make these, so variation is uncommon. My car has never
been hit, and I am running the RS2 turbo. Scott says "drive it". I will
take his advice and see how it is after some heat. Other than the fitment,
the sound is super cool. For now I am resisting the urge to tweak the
downpipe down a bit.
Date: Thu, 22 Jul 2004 14:04:31 -0400
From: "Postupack, Jeff" <Jeff.Postupack at analog.com>
Subject: [s-cars] ...and how was your day, dear? (Danger on the
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WRT your Stromung fitment description <<< below>>>.
Did you buy a brand new RSS and have this fitment trouble?
Reason is, I did, and having installed it a month ago I had only one
"The tips were off center in the bumper cutout."
Everything else was PlugNPlay.
You should not have _any_ issues with a new RSS downpipe.
The guys at Stromung would appreciate a reply, since they use a 'jig'
and that does not vary from unit to unit.
I have heard of used systems heating and moving a lot..
What do you say?
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