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      07-27-2009, 02:58 PM   #67
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veeeeeery nice exhaust thinking of maybe buying that one for my car ... 2 bad the tips are only 3.5" and not 4" at least ...
Yeah, some people like the larger tips. I'm pleased with the way the 3.5" tips fit on my set up, though.
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      07-27-2009, 04:47 PM   #68
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Nick -- do you have a preference on the m-tech vs. the Duke Dynamics?
Well, It depends on which of our systems you are going with. If you wanted a dual, you could use the OEM M-Tech diffuser, but the quad will require an aftermarket option like the DD Diffuser.

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I'm confused. You stated in an earlier post that the one of the quad diffusers was an m-tech.
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I'm confused. You stated in an earlier post that the one of the quad diffusers was an m-tech.
I was probably referring to the M-Tech bumper itself and not the diffuser options for it. Duke Dynamics makes a diffuser specifically for the M-Tech bumper for dual and quad, whereas the OEM diffuser only works for the dual exhaust (unless you trim it).
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      07-27-2009, 11:04 PM   #71
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the cars rear end looks beautiful. i cant wait to get this exhaust system!
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I was probably referring to the M-Tech bumper itself and not the diffuser options for it. Duke Dynamics makes a diffuser specifically for the M-Tech bumper for dual and quad, whereas the OEM diffuser only works for the dual exhaust (unless you trim it).
So if I am reading this right, that means for quads I need an m-tech and a DD OR cut holes? Are there diffusors that work with a stock bumper if you slice and dice?
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So if I am reading this right, that means for quads I need an m-tech and a DD OR cut holes? Are there diffusors that work with a stock bumper if you slice and dice?
Anyone? Thanks!
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So if I am reading this right, that means for quads I need an m-tech and a DD OR cut holes? Are there diffusors that work with a stock bumper if you slice and dice?
Yessir, correct. For the Coupe, I believe Cyba makes an addon piece that works if you cut to cover up the cutting. I have seen very clean looking sedan bumpers that have been cut to fit as well.

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