Ver7wannabe said:Last I remember, XX was going to be selling Cobb blocks. Buying one from them could be a good way to save on some shipping vs buying it straight from Cobb.
Another option is Automaster. They are Crawfords largest east coast distributor and recently started selling thier own blocks. It is still up in the air if they are rebadged Crawford blocks though, so beware if you are a member of the anti-Crawford club.
lol, i said reputable.... :lol:sebtarta said:
I was thinking of trying them for a tune as well.Scoobyless said:I've heard of them and had a friend get tuned there, but has anyone had them do any engine work for them?
Eh, after dealing with the NF statie I was a bit annoyed, so at this point I'm going to be running a 3" dp with the stock catback and an electric cutout off of the dp. This way I can be as quiet as I want, the only downfall is that it'll be abnoxiously loud when I open the cutout.Ver7wannabe said:I was thinking of trying them for a tune as well.
Randy, why are you selling your exhaust? Is it too loud for Johnny Law?
Yea a friend of mine had the standard sti shortblock setup... custom spec CP pistons overbored the sti block.. wrx heads. Simple and effective. Car runs great... no slap, no oil consumption. Good enough for me!Scoobyless said:I've heard of them and had a friend get tuned there, but has anyone had them do any engine work for them?