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Old 12-03-2006
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Bazzani Side Exit Exhaust

Hey guys, just wanted to know if this exhaust would be ok when offroading. i dont want to smash it if im climbing something. no i dont rock crawl
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Well any exhaust set-up will bend or scratch if it gets hit by something.
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i know but i was wondering if this exhaust hangs lower than others.
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If you install it, then it will hang wherever you want it. My side exit sounds great and it cost me $30, do a custom job, especially if your worried about scratching it.!! Blades
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i know that there are some exhausts that r not recomended for offroading cuz either the piping or the muffler hangs too low
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id buy the bassani just to get the madrel(cant spell) bends
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run a search through my posts/threads and you'll find pics of my bassani setup. I havn't had a problem with it off roading.
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If you get the full cat back system the muffler actually tucks in better than the stock, at least on my '03. The stock muffler was diagonal and the Bassani fits in vertical. As far as hitting the pipes on the forward exit, I've had no problems at all with them.
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ive had my side exit on for 6 months now and have never smashed the tip or the muffler when out wheelin the tip is still pretty shiny actually. make sure you get a stainless tip
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