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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-19-2006, 03:31 PM Thread Starter
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Boston exhaust?

Does anyone know any good exhaust shops in Boston where i can get a good but cheap custom set up? I was thinking about an X pipe 2.5" dual exhaust with either Dynomax or some glass packs.


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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-19-2006, 04:42 PM
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I'm also looking. Someone once suggested Lou's Custom Exhaust but I don't know anyone that use them.
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Someone once suggested Lou's Custom Exhaust but I don't know anyone that use them.
Jon has, they have a shop up his way. They did work on his old car, and so far it's holding up pretty good!

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Is this the car you bought from Jon and your daughter is driving
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Lou's is great they have good prices too

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There's also Accurate Automotive in Hyde Park. We have gone to them with 5 cars and I know other people that have gone there also. Crystal used to be good friends with them down there and I assume she also got hers done there too. They do pretty good work but the prices vary depending on what you want. The most expensive exhaust we got there was my cougar which was a full dual exhaust from the manifolds back through an h-pipe and two flowmasters without cats and that cost me 550. Now if you wanna go all out and get stainless steel that'll be more expensive, my mechanic got stainless steel on his monte ss that exited before the rear tires and he paid 900 for it. I have also heard good things about lous too so either place is good.
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There's also Accurate Automotive in Hyde Park.
Aren't they down on Reservation Rd, off of River St?

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ya i heard about Lou's but i only have about $300 to play with, anybody think i could get it done for that much? I don't think I'll go with stainless steel : )
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lou's custom exhaust in north reading does great work. they've done the exhaust on all my cars. good guys and fair prices. my 2nd thunderbird (the 93) is in the book up there that they use to show off their work.

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lou's in waltham, great guys.. went there to drop off my father to pick up his 05 RAM HEMI cost him $350 for 3 1/2" in dualies with stainless steel twin tips ea side highly recommend..
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lous in plymouth did mine, it's the only place around that would take off the third cat...........i mean resonator. Look at my cardomin pages for some pics. It really turned out well.

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So you kept it relatively stock for exhaust size or did you increase the pipes(2.5)? How did the double x pipes work out, good sound/flow?? It looks real nice...How much did it cost you?
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all depends on where you are in MA, im out of Wilmington and Lou's in Reading is next town over, there is also A&B Exhaust just down the road from Lou's and there is also an R&D Exhaust in Billerica. i had 3rd cat cut out of my 93 3.8 with DI/SO magnaflow they had and y'd off at diff with like 2.5x18 45degree cut tips.
cost me about 200-250(R&D did it) all 3 of those placed would prob take out cats as long as you pay cash and if u get bagged with having no cats you forgot where you had the exhaust done

in my cardomain is some pics.

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yea lou's in north reading put a catless h pipe on my mustang. all i had to do was pay cash and they dont give a receipt

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Lou's N. Reading is awesome...ask for Lee. They are great there, they have done all my work, lot of my friends, lot of the guys on my Dodge site, and my families cars.

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