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Nitrousbird

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About Nitrousbird

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    2001 Malibu Sunsetter VLX

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    Powell, OH

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  1. I've done the same mod, but unfortunately mine sits between the fenders, so the fit is TIGHT. Before (the day I brought her home over 9 years ago): After; I've had the rims on for 7 or 8 years now, though I've changed up the fender setup a couple years ago (pre-REV10 upgrade I did this year, so just Exile SXT65's on the tower then):
  2. I'm wondering the same thing (CEFI-3 in my case, but same difference).
  3. Nope - cost/time benefit made no sense to do so. Can of high temp paint was under $10. Was able to spray in my back yard when doing other stuff, so very little time spent on it. Powder coating would cost more for sure. Then driving to the place at their hours, explain what I want, picking it back up, etc. That's a couple of probably inconvienent hours and the pipes would likely look nearly the same.
  4. I did the FAE muffler bypass at the beginning of this season. I already have the FAE and built a custom surf flap due to the FAE destroying the wave. Product: - Price was high for what you get - $190.25 shipped - Lack of mandrel bends is unfortunate, as is being totally unfinished - Fit was decent. One side fit better than the other (I think it was the starboard side that had the better fit). Regardless, no issues with 60+ hours on them so not a problem and I never fiddled with them once post initial install. Paint held up well; just did a ton of thin rattle can coats of high temp p
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