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    After sometime of thinking, I found a spot to mount the accessport with the mount it came with. I like it

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    Now when I play on the dirt roads that Texas has to offer I will feel safe.
    Or just blew my money on something I didn't need. Live and learn I recon


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    This is my first car, so read the reviews on upgraded parts. Everybody seem to say cobb had quality parts, so I just figured stick with one quality brand. But now that I have had the parts on the car for a while, I wish I would of went with invidia for the exhaust and kartboy for the short throw shifter. The invidia exhaust seems to have more rumble than the cobb, which I would like to have. And the cobb short throw shifter is really hard to get the three set screws to keep tight. I feel that if I crank on them a lil more they will bust, but it's still slips. I do I have my regrets but the parts seem to do fine. I will end up changing the exhaust for sure.

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