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Old 02-07-2004, 10:52 PM   #11
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The SLP'* tick, leak, hit the swaybar, floorboard in reverse. and the band clamps suck, The TOG'* are just over $600 now so the price diff. is insignificant, There have been sooo many discusions on this over at Club GP.
I just installed the SLP'* 1.5 wks. ago. The install was alot harder than the TOG'* would be. However, I don't have any of the problems you listed. I did wrap the flex only before install.
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The SLP bashing needs to stop somewhere :P I don't have any idea how they would fit on a Bonneville. Good luck with whatever you decide.
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The SLP'* tick, leak, hit the swaybar, floorboard in reverse. and the band clamps suck, The TOG'* are just over $600 now so the price diff. is insignificant, There have been sooo many discusions on this over at Club GP.
I just installed the SLP'* 1.5 wks. ago. The install was alot harder than the TOG'* would be. However, I don't have any of the problems you listed. I did wrap the flex only before install.
What kind of car do you have?
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The SLP bashing needs to stop somewhere :P I don't have any idea how they would fit on a Bonneville. Good luck with whatever you decide.
Sorry, your pic was a red X when i asked. I think i'm going to go with the SLP'* based on cost and the fact the performance between them is negligable for the mods on my car. I don't think i'm going as far as the m112 so the airflow the slp'* provide should be plenty.
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sorry i have been gone for a while. i have the slp header and the high flow cat and love them. they sound AWESOME. there is no banging in reverse, they are easy to install (did it myself) they do heve a ticking noise to them but the heat wrap cleared that right up. i swithed the clampes that were provided and just used normal exhaust clamps.there is no hitting swaybars or floorboards. everybody does have there own peosonal preference but i do love my slp"*.
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