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Old 08-26-2007, 11:56 PM   #11
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Since so many people don't like it, I'm thinking moving them just past the license plate bulge. I bet that'll look good. I asked someone to photochop it, I don't know if he'll get around to it...
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tuck them to the liscense plate bump
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i like that alot better
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Maybe in the middle if the were long and skinny.
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#2 is better.
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To the sides of the plate bump is far better than right below it, at least with those tips.

I have to say though that I like the stock dual outlet spacing even better, just a bit wider than that latest photochop.

Looks like you've got a couple burned out bulbs. Good thing it'* a SE, or it would be dinging at you...

If you really want to do something different, why not run some flex line up to a pair of tips in the bumper or something? Just a thought, not sure how it would work... Or go all stealth and have a downward-turned pipe hidden behind the bumper completely.
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#2 Photochop for me as well, Cody.
The pipes all together look a bit funny, and I would imagine some dramatic bends in the exhaust pipes would be necessary to make that happen.

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hmm, #2 is better but still not as good as a nice dual stock side look. but if you are going for unique, then #2 is the one, a big HELL no on #1
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I like the second photochop much better.

And Jon, that picture is OLD, the bulbs has been replaced...

I think the stock placements aka SSEi placement are so common. I think I'm going with where the 2nd photochop are.

I don't think it should be that complicated. Just get some mandrel bent tubing that makes a 180*
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the sencond pics looks alot better
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