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      04-19-2007, 07:22 PM   #1
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Hamann body kit question

Does the rear exhaust valence require a whole new Hamann exhaust or can I keep original and just add quad tips to it? Or is the cutoutt off from original exhaust placement?
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Yeah, you may be able to do that. Adding quad tips to it I mean. Hamann is way too expensive for everything they sell. You should go with the Bastuck rear valence instead. Just my 2 cents
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i was told that the OEM non-sport bumper won't look good with the hamann exhaust. if you want to get the quads you have to replace the bumper.
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btw, the non-sport OEM is too small for the dual pipes. have to be cut or replaced
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btw, the non-sport OEM is too small for the dual pipes. have to be cut or replaced
Yeah, thats how it's put on. By cutting the bottom then adding the valence to make it look good. I wasnt thrilled with the idea of cutting mine, but the fact that it'll have quads and still look stockish was cool.
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