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Old 01-06-2004, 10:12 PM   #11
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I got an exact fit for $130.00(us) but it was not a high flow. Let me know if theres any difference in power. If so, I might just purchase myself one. But only if its worth it.
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Orderd it in today
191 bucks CAD.
Its a Universal model,
2.5" exhaust pipe fitting, intallation is around 45-50 bucks
So on Thursday I look forward to this.

Also i phoned probally 5 other parts stores, all quoting me over 300 dollars for a stock CAT, telling me they couldnt get a High flow!
I guess you couldn't wait for my email then.....
TOO BAD! I was gonna sell you one for alot cheaper than that!

http://www.bonnevilleattitude.com/st...7e3a1fda8e4ed0
Problem being:
How would I have gone up to Edmonton to buy it? I cant run the car over 2000 rpms without it jumping around.
And how would it of gotten here?
And finally UGH! Thats a hell of a lot cheaper!
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Old 01-06-2004, 10:41 PM   #13
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Problem being:
How would I have gone up to Edmonton to buy it? I cant run the car over 2000 rpms without it jumping around.
And how would it of gotten here?
And finally UGH! Thats a hell of a lot cheaper!
1. I take PayPal!
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3. Sure was!
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90$ for a magnaflow cat wow ,thats a pretty good price.
Remember that'* USD FUNDS though!
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It is canadian, but it'* still too much.
WRONG! USD!

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His car won't run over 2000rpm or so he told me on MSN, he kinda needs it now

Funny, that product was added today too!
It was added today as per the email I sent him back when Matt asked me to price one out for him. He lives about a 1.5 hours away from me! Since I know my price for them, I added them to my Store too! i do that with all my quotes I get from people for items.
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90$ for a magnaflow cat wow ,thats a pretty good price.
Remember that'* USD FUNDS though! Iwas aware the cat was in us funds,It says it on bottom right of the page,The way the canadian dollar is right now ,still makes it a good deal ,as compared to other prices I have seen
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90$ for a magnaflow cat wow ,thats a pretty good price.
Remember that'* USD FUNDS though!
Iwas aware the cat was in us funds,It says it on bottom right of the page,The way the canadian dollar is right now ,still makes it a good deal ,as compared to other prices I have seen
Didn't mean to offend you....It was more intended to remind WILLWREN & his comment.
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No offense taken Rat.
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90$ for a magnaflow cat wow ,thats a pretty good price.
Remember that'* USD FUNDS though!
Iwas aware the cat was in us funds,It says it on bottom right of the page,The way the canadian dollar is right now ,still makes it a good deal ,as compared to other prices I have seen
Didn't mean to offend you....It was more intended to remind WILLWREN & his comment.
My comment was in response to the CANADIAN price he actually paid for the unit he DIDN'T buy from you.
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okay well yesturday it had alot of trouble getting moving, but now, after i crawled under the car and kicked the crap outta the cat with my steel toe shoe, it seems to of cleared it up.

Very little rpm fluctuation on the HWY now
Probally loosend sumthin up in there?
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Sounds like the grids were partially blocked, and you cleared them up with the kick. It won't take long to clog back up, and you don't want that Cat crap to migrate to your resonator or muffler.
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