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    About to install an Invidia V2 downpipe

    Just received the Invidia V2 bellmouth downpipe and the Cobb ebcs yesterday for my 2004 wrx. Should I do an install video for this site or pictures of the install? Would anyone benefit from such? Let me know, most likely going to install today or tomorrow!👍😁

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    Honestly, you can never go wrong with providing more pictures/videos. If you have the time and patience to document it, by all means, go for it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by khaos View Post
    Honestly, you can never go wrong with providing more pictures/videos. If you have the time and patience to document it, by all means, go for it!
    dont know if or how much it will apply to the stinkeye, but getting general knowledge and prevention/solution to potential problems is always a good thing. if you have trouble getting bolts out, or problem getting something in (hope you dont), it def benefits us to see what is going on.

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    There are plenty of DIY install threads for a rudimentary install such as this. However, I like the act of documenting my installs. Do it for yourself, if not for others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    There are plenty of DIY install threads for a rudimentary install such as this. However, I like the act of documenting my installs. Do it for yourself, if not for others.

    Zax is right. I probably watched a half dozen dp install vids before I did mine just to be sure what I was doing but there are at least a hundred good ones out there. It's really straightforward. I personally rarely think to grab a camera when I'm working on my car, I just forget. Lack of patience and just wanna get the job done. But its good to snap a few pictures for yourself and document what you've done.
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    I totally agree. Worst case scenario is you just delete it when you're done. It can be convenient if you're wondering exactly what you did when you're done too.

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