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After about 3 months of installing my kit its FINALLY painted and done. I'm pretty happy with how it came out, it looks great in person. There's still a few things I have to fix but they're not too terribly noticeable

Unfortunately I can't wash for 30 days and wax for 60 so I apologize for the dirt. I just wanted to snap some photos as it is before I went back to school, so hopefully sometime in the future I can get a good wash clay and wax in and then get some nice pics. Enjoy

edit: Oh and sorry for the crappy location... I was just trying to find someplace to get some quick pics and this was all I could find













 

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no its magnaflow. I think its just adjusted to be farther in but I like it better this way
 

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it looks awesome, i have a magnaflow tip on a kaminari rear that kind of sticks out (in a way which hombre is talking about), and i think yours looks much better than mine.
 

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if its that adjustable, i'd like to see the top of the tip flush with the opening of the bumper.
 

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It may not be adjustable to that extent, but I think the entire exhaust is slightly in because I had to custom fabricate and weld a new flange to the exhaust piping since the previous owner completely ****ed the exhaust system. If I can move it I'll try your advice the next time I see the car.
 

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lol its your car so if you like it keep it as is, my opinion should not be that important ;) but if you did ever move it out i'd like to see
 

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that looks really good w/ the stock painted gt-s wheels :thumbup:
get an s2k antenna for sure.
 

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Very nice and about time!

You might want to move the exhaust out a bit more. Where it's at right now, the exhaust fumes may start to turn the paint on the rear bumper yellow, like it has on mine. :faint:
 
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