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will do the camear need's to charge. I won't let you down chris. Part two of this will be when the Long Tubes and High flow cats arrive so get your  [smilie=popcorn.gif] ready chirs
 

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here is the picture of the bassani out of the box, I went with the bx series saved $200
 

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I did not take all the hardware out of the box, but yes it does come with a x-pipe.
 

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:smt023 :smt023 @ BB

Smoooooooooooooooooking :smt026

CONGRATS BRO, two excellent Mods :cheers:
 

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I have been seriously considering the Bassani BX exhaust. It appears in the picture that it comes complete so it can be installed by the do-it-yourself. Would that be correct? Would there be any reason you would have to take it to an exhaust shop other then having them do some welding if one needed it?
 

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I have been seriously considering the Bassani BX exhaust. It appears in the picture that it comes complete so it can be installed by the do-it-yourself. Would that be correct? Would there be any reason you would have to take it to an exhaust shop other then having them do some welding if one needed it?
You can install any catback yourself, but it does help to have it on a lift, that way you can easily remove your stock system and line up the new one. It just takes some time and patience.

I have done lots of Bassani catbacks and they are by far the best quality system on the market.


Give me a shout if I can help. :D

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Sonic Boom said:
I have been seriously considering the Bassani BX exhaust. It appears in the picture that it comes complete so it can be installed by the do-it-yourself. Would that be correct? Would there be any reason you would have to take it to an exhaust shop other then having them do some welding if one needed it?
Did mine in my driveway with the truck on jackstands. No sweat, just drink plenty of fluids :smt030 :cheers: After you remove the clamps, it has been found that the easiest way to remove the old one, is with a cum-a-long. Just jack from the hitch in the rear. My factory cat-back just fell of on mine :smt102
 

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Sonic Boom said:
I have been seriously considering the Bassani BX exhaust. It appears in the picture that it comes complete so it can be installed by the do-it-yourself. Would that be correct? Would there be any reason you would have to take it to an exhaust shop other then having them do some welding if one needed it?
Like JJ said it would be nice to have a lift to put it on as there is some hard to reach places with out a lift to put the hanger brackets on to the frame. There is no welding needed to put this kit on.
 
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