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This is a discussion on Hampton Roads WRX Owners.. within the Mid-Atlantic States forums, part of the Regional Discussion category; How about this saturday? Is anybody busy? Maybe we could all get together for an install day or something, Ive ...

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    How about this saturday? Is anybody busy? Maybe we could all get together for an install day or something, Ive got an uppipe that needs to be put on

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    well i work alll day saturday so i couldnt do anything ten.. my days off are thursday and everyother sunday... but i can try and work around that if need be..... setting up an install day would be great too.. i got a bunch of gauges and bushing that need to be installed.. just havent had the time to do it yet... still gonna be up there at that sho tonight tho, i drive a black stock wrx, names dave if you guys make it out

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    i can help you with an uppipe install, i've done 3 so far (2x on mines and 1 on mah lil bros).. i can meet up at any time(specially at nite/no duty days) but tonite is a no no...
    *Cobb Stg. II/93*

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    hey, give specific location and how to get there (i'm coming from 264 near the beach) if i can talk to my old lady, i'll prolly show up..
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    Well where would you want to go, cause so far it looks like its just you and me man lol.

    BigD are you off this coming sunday? Maybe we could do something then?

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    i gottta work this comming sunday 11 - 7 so in the evening i could see swingin somethin just lemme kno man

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    How about we plan something for the next sunday (Jan 23) ? We can do an install day and get your gauges and bushings in, and maybe get started on my uppipe.

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    i say hooters and watch the jets beat pittsburgh..(even though the jets have no chance.. oh wells) J E T S JETS JETS JETS!!!!
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    Im going to attempt to put the uppipe in tomorrow (sunday) If anybody wants to help out PM me. Also, do I have to remove the downpipe to get the uppipe out? Cause I looked at when when putting the downpipe in and it didnt seem to get in the way.

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    easiest way to install the uppipe is removing the downpipe.

    not removing the downpipe=no spacing..

    i wish i could help but my car is down.. =(
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    For added room you can and may want to remove the part of the exhasut manifold that bolts up to the uppipe. Also unless you have the correct wrench for the sensor (EGT?) in the uppipe be prepared to cut the heat sheild to get the sensor out. Feel free to PM me if you have any questions.
    Tom ~ 06 WRX Wagon

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    also, is the spot where you going to have your uppipe installed have a lift? again, spacing will play a big role on this..
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    Doing it in my driveway =\ Ive got rhino ramps, jack stands, and a hyrdolic jack

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    You won't need the ramps. Just jack up the passenger side and remove the wheel. And don't jack it up too high because you will need access from the top, bottom, and though the wheel area.
    Tom ~ 06 WRX Wagon

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    yea shouldnt be too hard of a task, wish i could run over an dhelp ya out, but i gotta work till about 7 today, so goodluck w/ it man

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