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anyone tried Texas Speed Rumbler Exhaust??

This is a discussion on anyone tried Texas Speed Rumbler Exhaust?? within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; thanks a lot man I'll keep that in mind if you wouldn't mind giving me yoru take on it... what ...

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    thanks a lot man I'll keep that in mind if you wouldn't mind giving me yoru take on it... what is your price what would be too expensive in your mind and you'd rather put up with the aggrivation and do it yourself?

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    I think it would cost you around 500 u.s. but i'm really not sure if you can get it done for cheaper i'd have a shop do. If you buy pacesetters don't use the shitty gaskets they give you buy the metal stock ones.

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    Pacesetters come with copper gaskets now...

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    86 Buick Grand National
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    No shit, i bought mine four months ago and mine didn',t but who knows how long they were actually sitting at Jegs before they were sent out.

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    dang i got mine back in november and they had copper gaskets..bought em from TSP though.

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    Installation time is about 4 hours for headers and another 2 for the rumbler. This is with 2 people working at it and taking a brake for pizza and beer.

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    86 Buick Grand National
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    Yeah two hours for a cat-back is a bit long, it should take no longer than an hour. It took me longer because i didn't have a tool to cut the stock one to get it to come off over the axle so i had to use a hack saw.
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