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Exhaust shop in NJ ?

Does anybody know of a good exhaust shop around Parlin, Sayerville, Oldbridge area?

I really want to do a true duel set up on my cat.

I'm thinking, remove the third CAT, 2.5 pipe to an X pipe, then straight pipe to the stock locations. (no mufflers)

But I would like a bolt flange put on my old mufflers and on the last foot of pipe so if need be, I could just swap them on.

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theres a guy on here x182 dan selling a complete exhaust without muffflers

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already considered that, but he is in Connecticut and the exhaust is different. I have an 89, so the exhaust goes around the tank.

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did you get the trans from there?

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did you get the trans from there?
I Didn't pick it up yet but I would like to get all new pipe and a 94 system is different.

Also I can fit a trans in the trunk, but not a complete exhaust.

There is no good exhaust shop in northern NJ?

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You have got to be kidding me!

There is no exhaust shop in New Jersey to do custom work?

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dude I go to the local meineke they do all kinds of stuff custom

also I have another shop that does mandrel bending in the Bronx

let me know I can give you the info if you want to take a ride

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So I guess it's safe to say that all exhaust shop's in NJ suck?

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how far in jersey are you?

if you want to drive up to nyc I can hook you up with at least 2 places

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how far in jersey are you?

if you want to drive up to nyc I can hook you up with at least 2 places
I might just have to take you up on that.
I'm about 45min from the GW.

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just let me know the day myself and crash00527 are friends and loyal customers with the guy at meineke

why not swap to the newer gas tank?

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