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    >>>> Just trying to figure out the total cost of the average........................

    I want to figure out how much (on the average) what some have paid to have a down-pipe installed by an exhuast shop.

    Sucks, put I gotta count my pennies right now!
    I'm sure we have all been their!!


    Please help - I want to do this soon. I have a COBB AP and I want to take it to the next leval whoot whoot....

    Power Stering / water pump is going out on my car! WHY ARN"T THOSE CHEAP!!! Any hoo let me know, thanks all....
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    a place here in utah quoted me $120 for a downpipe install
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    I think I could pull $120.00 off? That sound like you got a pretty good deal.

    I was thinking it was gonna be around $250.00 or so?
    Thanks for letting me get that info..
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    I see you live in WA, why don't you give Dave over at SRP a call. I highly recommend them. I'm sure they can give you a reasonable price on a install.

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    You can install a DP pretty easily even if you don't have a lift. I vote DIY since you're counting pennies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thug Nasty View Post
    You can install a DP pretty easily even if you don't have a lift. I vote DIY since you're counting pennies.
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    Ditto on the DIY. Have you thought about posting in your regional forum for some possible help via members that are in you area. Honestly...this is something that is very easy to do and if you have some experienced help, wouldn't take more than an hour or so. With the help of one friend, we can do an entire TBE and UP in less than an hour...easy. Plus, you'll get to know your car better, which is always a good thing.
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    I know this is an older price but the best thing you can do is check online for a local Subaru enthusiast group. Go to a meet and ask around. I guarantee you there will be someone there who can do it for 100 dollars or less. I met a guy at the Suabru meet here who is a mechanic and did my TBE for 50 dollars. I purchased all the gaskets and material. He now does all of my maintainence as well and will be doing my 2.5 Hybrid swap when the time comes.

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