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FullRace exhaust Skunk2 downpipe

FeelinDrewzy

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Anybody have a site they can direct me too? I don’t mind spending the cash needed but if I can find a deal who wouldn’t turn that down!
 

mySIck

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I normally go through axion industries for most of my stuff.
http://stores.axionind.com

You also have Procivic.com another good company but don't have Full-Race products.

I have bought from both and can only say good things about both.
 
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FeelinDrewzy

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I normally go through axion industries for most of my stuff.
http://stores.axionind.com

You also have Procivic.com another good company but don't have Full-Race products.

I have bought from both and can only say good things about both.

Thx bro I’ll def check it out.. how about for a flash-pro (hondata)? Would you say it matters what you install first ex: manifold, downpipe, exhaust


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mySIck

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No problem. It all depends on your build goals but just an Intake, downpipe and exhaust will require a custom tune. And if I would do it over I would save up and buy everything before you install it to save money on tuning but that is all up to you.

At first I ran a 3.5" intake with a catless DP with a custom tune and enjoyed it. Another thing to consider if you don't plan on going boosted and want to go all motor it is best to go Ktuner because it is way cheaper and the same as FlashPro, but FlashPro has boost cut and Ktuner doesn't.
 

FeelinDrewzy

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No problem. It all depends on your build goals but just an Intake, downpipe and exhaust will require a custom tune. And if I would do it over I would save up and buy everything before you install it to save money on tuning but that is all up to you.

At first I ran a 3.5" intake with a catless DP with a custom tune and enjoyed it. Another thing to consider if you don't plan on going boosted and want to go all motor it is best to go Ktuner because it is way cheaper and the same as FlashPro, but FlashPro has boost cut and Ktuner doesn't.

I’m going to have to look into the ktuner I’m not familiar w/ that, I would like to boost in the future just not in the near future


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ron v

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Ive had a good experience with my skunk2 catless dp. With that said, after reading a lot about them lately, I'm one of the lucky few. If I could do it again I would go Full race with k tuned exhaust right of the bat.
 

FeelinDrewzy

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Do yourself a favor and buy a different downpipe. There have been multiple reports of the skunk2 failing.

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Wow I appreciate you saying something! I would’ve been pissed dealing w/ those issues... my second choice was going to be RV6 but like you said I’ll be doing some research before any purchases


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