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Old 07-21-2011, 05:39 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I love these fogs: http://tommykaira.shop21.makeshop.jp...2000000017.jpg
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Old 07-21-2011, 06:40 PM   #12 (permalink)
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The fartcans would give the neighbors a nice respite from the pipes on my Harley Davidson.
I'm with you..

I looked at that site....man that looks sweet.

FLHRSI, we spend more on a piece of chrome for the scoots then most mods to this car First thing we do is junk the breather and the exhaust......someone is going to do it!!!!

So what is 120,000 in Japanese money to ours?? I don't feel like looking it up.
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Old 07-22-2011, 12:23 AM   #13 (permalink)
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About $1,500 per this site's conversion: Currency Converter

True -the HD in Harley Davison really stands for Hundred Dollars as that's the cheapest part you can find.
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Old 07-22-2011, 08:26 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Well going through the Tommy Kaira site.. found actual Gen 4 Outback kit and exhaust! Not sure if it's overkill for my 2.5i though.
TOMMYKAIRA JAPAN : ?????BR9/BRF????????????

I emailed them- first response came back in Japanese- asked for English and got it the second time. They said their bumpers won't the USDM Gen 4 Outbacks but they can make an exhaust that will fit the 2.5. I emailed them back asking if they can make one for the 3.6- ...no response yet...
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Old 07-22-2011, 11:21 PM   #15 (permalink)
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That awesome that there is one outlet to consider on! And man does it look pretty sick with that body kit they have... to bad it doesn't fit tho.. And secondly its a hefty price to consider as well.. and do you guys think even tho they said they can make it fit the 2.5i..can i really expect it to? but at least its an option to consider.. And I agree with you peter fart cans are just silly and just an annoyance to everyone around them. I live in a neighborhood where its fairly quite as well. and i can hear my neighbor come home every night 3 miles away! haha not really but you know what i mean.. I'm wishing that this exhaust isn't TOO much if you know what i mean on the exhaust note...
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FLHRSI, if they do not offer an exhaust for the 3.6, if we were to get XX amount of people to purchase their exhaust would they make one for us? The quality and looks are there.....I'd definitely be on board!
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After taking the rear muffler out of the car, I can say it doesnt sound aweeeful, but its not the best sound in the world. I think you may need to go to un-equal lenght headers to not sound ricey, but I could be wrong. I am thinking of getting a custom exhaust done from the mid-pipe back. I would imagine it would be cheap to have made and would be easy to take off if i dont like it.
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I'm thinking one of the reasons their body kit doesn't fit the USDM cars is because of the crash bars in the rear and front. This is the same problem I have with the JDM rear bumper for the Evolution 8-9's. I don't want to put it on my Evo 8, because you will have to take off the crash bar or modify it. Even though I love how it looks, I'm just more concerned about the idiots on the road. lol
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They did confirm- their exhaust will not fit the 3.6r.

I'm all for doing a group buy if someone takes the lead- but would suggest we choose a manufacturer with US operations so getting USDM OB 3.6 models for them to test fit won't be an issue.
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I would think the easiest people to get an exhaust made would be by AVO as they already make one for the Legacy GT, alll they would need to do is modify the muffler cans to have turn downs rather than pipes.
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