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    FS Element Tuning Downpipe *new, never installed*

    I'm selling a new, never installed Element Tuning downpipe. It's a divorced wastegate design that actually has a second pipe that goes about a foot down before it connects to the rest of the pipe. It is catless so it is meant for offroad use only. This will not work with the stock catback, you must have a full 3 inch catback.

    I'm asking for $400, retail price is $449. It is brand new, never been installed. I opened the box just to take pictures. It comes with the turbo to dp gasket and the gasket and bolts to connect the two pieces.

    i cant figure out how to post pics but i do have them at socalsubies so heres the link: http://www.socalsubies.com/forums/showthread.php?t=5518
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    bump...sorry about no pics yet, i have them ready but none of the buttons to edit text or add pics are working. hopefully it will get fixed tomorrow.
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    Fourth of July bump!!!

    sorry about the pics, idk why it wont let me. anyone else having this problem?

    i do have pictures up at socalsubies so I'll just post the link to that thread

    http://www.socalsubies.com/forums/showthread.php?t=5518
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    day after 4th of july bump lol
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    You can buy a new "catted" DP for less than that. (catted are more expensive) I would say you should start the bidding around $300. Invidia sells a 3in. divorced wast-gate for $275 brand new.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timb View Post
    You can buy a new "catted" DP for less than that. (catted are more expensive) I would say you should start the bidding around $300. Invidia sells a 3in. divorced wast-gate for $275 brand new.
    You're right that this is one of the more expensive downpipes, retail price is $449. I know the WorldOnePerformance website lists this downpipe as having more gains than most others (including the Invidia) in it's mod path blog.

    link: http://www.worldoneperformance.com/b...d-path-part-2/
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    budump
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    I'd a very good skydiving Experience last week in Australia.

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    lol yea its soooo much fun

    oh yea i almost forgot....bump! hehe
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    Can i ask why you didn't use this DP? I have been to Element shop and saw this and would love to run one. Just bought a new cat back and spent all my funds.
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    I actually am using the Element Tuning downpipe and I love it. I've had one for about 7000 miles now mated with my borla hush. I wanted to get an Element Tuning catback too but I got a deal on the full turboback so that's why I'm selling the downpipe.

    Short answer: I have one extra lol
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    Sale pending on Borla Hush
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