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    True gem found at the local junk yard

    I went to the junk yard today because I was bored and was curious what I found find... I however was not expecting to find this:







    Its alittle banned up, but for only a few $$$ I won't complain






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    I like the Dr Pepper mod.
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    hahah nice find. Rust seems to be an issue w/those HKS kits. Bummer, but still a nice find
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    Nice, dr pepper rocks!
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    Sweet! I love that exhaust. Definitely one of my favorites on these cars.
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    now if only you could get 2x of them & make it an "HKS super, dragger dual-exhaust". then it would be so full of win that the universe would come to a standstill.

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    Nice. Went for a drive today with 2 other GTO's and one of them has this exhaust. I personally don't like the look but it sounds great. 2 of these with some oval tips or something would be awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MADMarc View Post
    hahah nice find. Rust seems to be an issue w/those HKS kits. Bummer, but still a nice find
    ? If you're talking about their "sport exhaust" then I would agree. I don't know anyone with a rusty SD. The canister is polished, and if taken care of, will last a lifetime. The piping is no different than any other exhaust system, if water sits in it, it will rust.

    Good find, a welder should be able to patch up the canister and make some new piping for you. In my system, I only have the back section. No idea what happened with the front section, the guy didn't have that part. But, I went and got new 4 inch piping to mate up to the muffler, turned out really well, and is actually more of a straight flowing design than the stock SD system.

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    oh you lucky dog. i could use a new cheap single shot.

    good pick up!

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