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    wheres a place where i can get my downpipe installed?

    Does anyone know of a good place in central jersey, or around it that i can get a downpipe and boost gauge installed on my 2010 wrx?

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    My local Meineke installs downpipes.

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    I would also say DIY. Definitely cheaper and it is fun to wrench on cars.

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    I would drive my car up on a curb and install it on the side of the road if it came down to it.. definitely a DIY job.

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    No need to pay someone for this... Do it yourself and then you will want to do more n more yourself!! Eventually you will love the car more n more... It's only taking bolts out and then putting them back together... Try it and respond with the outcome.. You can do it!!

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