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post #1 of 45 (permalink) Old 03-30-2009, 06:52 AM Thread Starter
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Ok so this goes to all of you out there that are looking to buy a aftermarket

exhaust tsudo is the cheapest it is a nice one too. If you go and buy it from

Speed-Element.com its like 189.00 there for a full catback BE AWARE!! this

error is not there fault but the manufacturers i bought the exhaust from them

for my 05 cobalt LS it wouldnt hang right and it melted my bumper. I took it

to Midas to have it fixed and the metal hangers were welded wrong when the

exhaust was made again this isnt speed elements fault i just wanna give a

warning to those of you thinking of buying it other than this issue the exhaust

is great, its an awsome exhaust for so cheap and it is a full cat-back too
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so it was hung wrong??? im looking at getting this exhaust.....so did midas f*** up or was it set up wrong outta the box??
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also can you send/post some pics too id like to see it installed on a car besides the angle you get from speed element... thanks a bunch
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also can you send/post some pics too id like to see it installed on a car besides the angle you get from speed element... thanks a bunch
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This is the first I have ever heard of anyone ever having a problem with this exhaust and there are many cobalt owners that use it. Who installed the exhaust

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other people have had a problem with it rubbing the bumper, but never heard of it melting. My GMPP has like an inch and a half of clearance lol



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other people have had a problem with it rubbing the bumper, but never heard of it melting. My GMPP has like an inch and a half of clearance lol
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ive had custom exhaust done on previous cars and no prob but never done a premade but i think if you get a quality shop then it wont b a prob...... i would like to c what an installed pic looks like
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will it fit on an '08 sedan?
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not sure but nothing a little cutting and welding wont fix!!!! lol
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I ordered it and i put the exhaust on from the cat back and the metal hangers wouldnt reach the rubber hangers so i had to hang it 1st then reconnect it to the midpipe amd it was touching the bumper which caused the melting i took it to midas and the guy told me the metal hangers were welded on backwards so it was wrong out of the box now im not saying all of these are messed up its a great exhaust for the price nice sound too but be careful incase tsudo messed up on a few of them i dont want you guys in my predicament. ill post a pic in a min.
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