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I've made the impossible happen...
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Please say something else other than "this is fuggin nuts man" because I've had it for the whole day :crazy:

Hit me for not bringing my camera along today when it was getting done... Guys at Lou's Custom Exhaust (Boston branch) did a great job...

And hit me second for posting this bad initial picture - my driveway's packed with four cars... My car's goin to show tomorrow so I'll take that opportunity to get some good shots of it and post it on by tomorrow night...
 

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Yeah I thought I wouldn't be able to make this in time for the show... but oh well the magic happened... The less fortunate part is other than VW/Passat enthusiasts, most probably won't realize what's special about this "mod"...
 

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this is fuggin nuts man :lol:
Yea we need some underbody pics of that like Julian said :thumbup:
From what i can see though it look awesome :thumbup: :bow:
I want duals on my 1.8T and HeCe in Finland is the only one that has done it and shipping form Finland on an exhaust is a bia :cry:
 

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Looks good. Did Lou's Custom Exhaust also do the cutouts?
 

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Ya, you defenitely need pics, and explain how it was done. What kind of modifications you had to do and what you had to overcome to acheive this wonderous feat!
 

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I like the way the cutouts were done .. I prefer this than the ones that have a border around them.
 

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Photos taken at Import GT show yesterday. Now a full rear view of it:




Yup the guys at Lou's Custom Exhaust did the bumper cutting too. It's first of all amazing how he did the cutting on the bumper - he picked up an electric saw, like those they also use to cut off exhaust pipes, to cut the hole. Definitely freaked me out at first like how anyone else would be, but I was more than amazed how well he handled that saw and cut quite a nice hole there. Not perfect, but at least a decent fit around the exhaust.

To get the pipe from the left to right, they ran it under the bumper (metal) and behind the bumper cover (plastic), and loop it around in the space available on the other side.

This isn't anything about the exhaust, but, yeah:

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