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Old 11-09-2004, 14:13   #1 (permalink)
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Extractors And Cat

If anyone lives around Warragul in VIC I recommend Warragul Exhaust Centre, I had a leak towards the rear and they welded it up for free and really knew their stuff!

I also got a quote for some pacemaker extractors and a 2.5inch Redback Hi-Flow Cat, $480 plus $180 fitted. Does this sound about right?

I've got Lukey extractors but they are rubbish even look cheap and nasty, the man told me some company bought the rights to stamp lukey on their shit product.

Edit: They were Pacemaker 4499 I think.

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