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Armytrix exhaust .

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Gday people :) They say you get what you paid for !! Let's see if that's true .. I just paid 3k for An Armytrix and shipping cost me freaking 700$. I will be posting dyno numbers before and after :) will keep you guys posted . Also of you would follow me on instagram: ArabWheelz I would be grateful.. I sure could use the help and support .. Cheers Sent from my SM-G965F using Tapatalk

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Hey, man, did you get that exhaust up and running? 3k is cheap! Do you mind me asking where you got it? I am contemplating one, but haven't won lottery yet :) 

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Yea man everything is installed now .. got the armytrix catback and berk resonated test pipes .. Check out the videos on my Instagram: arabwheelz I bought it from Z concept 895367e6de851cdacfb7fef6814af948.jpg Sent from my SM-G965F using Tapatalk

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fantastic! Love these exhausts. $4700 is best i can get them for. Australian distributor.

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They sound great but honestly way too load as a daily drive .. if you keep the valve open all the time I reckon it's louder than a tomi .. Sent from my SM-G965F using Tapatalk

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