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  1. I get 3-4 of these everytime I fire her up... Not a huge deal but is it possible to disable? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. did the rears as well... the look identical to the original poster's setup.!
  3. Some better pics.. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Looks good. Red on black is clean. Threw on the brembos yesterday. Dramatic improvement in initial bite, reduced fade, pedal feel Horrible pics... better ones tomorrow... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Tips back from the powder coater! They look flawless, should be tough as shit Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. yea RC setup is clean. RI is big money... agree... quality is there though..
  7. This is passenger side. This is step 1. Mods can we unlock my first post so i can update it with better pics? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. don't have the resources or time? really? Your systems are at the higher-end of the price scale... you had 24 million in revenue last year, prob have 150 employees? Ian, you're in the trenches with the marketing and sales teams.... I can tell you for a fact that you would sell systems much easier if the end user had i general idea of what they are buying. 2-3 weeks in R&D... take out your iphone and make a 30 second clip of a cold start or somebody just revving the engine. Doesn't have to be a production, nor is it expensive or time consuming. Just my 2 cents
  9. are you talking about step 1? the bolts "under the pad" are the torx screws later on in process... please clarify and i can help with pics
  10. https://www.rigidindustries.com/sr-series-20-dual-function-sae-auxilary-high-beam-driving-lights-920413.html
  11. let the market mature... I know RI is working on a fog and grill setup... other companies are slowly pumping out stuff as well.. as of now, there isnt a product i would use. only potential option ive found remotly suitable is RI SR-Series.. it's about 1.2inches tall, one of the thinnest, high end bars available. and its actually SAE compliant, so you can use on the public road. nothing is worse than some idiot with a 50 inch light bar blasting 50,0000 lumuns down the interstate, blinding 20 drivers.
  12. my head almost exploded reading this lol. if your sold on the wheels, there is nothing wrong with a 1.5 - 2 inch spacer. Get a high end set - anodized aluminum. with a 2 inch spacer, you typically bolt the spacers on to the hub, then use your factory lugs and bolt on the wheels to the spacer. Personally, i would sell the mayhems and find a wheel with proper offsets... as your looking at a good $100 per pair for the spacers. but yea running spacers no issues, make your you calculate and measure your offsets 2-3 times before you buy.
  13. Lol that makes two of us not happy with our systems Great luck Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Sucks I firmly believe the dual setup will create a deeper more refined tone. Borla guy said “there’s a slight change in tone” but I’m general treated me like I was asking the dumbest question on earth. I asked him if he has specifically heard both setups, in person, he hesitated and said a limp yes. Don’t believe him. I asked him for a sound clip and he said no. It baffles me, beyond belief, that a company that specializes in exhausts, can’t supply their customer base with a sound clip. Who the hell is running things over there? I can take my iPhone, make a video, post it on YouTube in about 10 minutes straight from my iPhone. Earth to Borla - Help out your potential customer who are dropping 1200-1400 on your systems with a fuxkin sound clip. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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