if you supply the parts, they will just charge you the time. They have a specific rate per hour, I think nowadays it ranges anywhere from $70-100 per hour, hopefully for you the install won't cost you more than $100-150. They just take the hours that the mechanic put down and multiply it by that rate. I would be surprised if the mechanic took more than an hour to remove the stock exhaust that is less than 1 year old and bolt the new one on.
Sounds about right, thanks ! On an unrelated topic, what octane are you guys using ? I have access to 94 here in Quebec and that's the only type of fuel i used...besides 1 tank of 91. Is it normal that it felt like the car was totally "detuned" ? Boost felt like it was at 85%...as soon as i filled back up with 94 it was back to normal and was very relieving ! I never thought there could be such a huge difference...
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