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    Default Borla upswepts with xr-1 mufflers

    Brand new never used, plans changed. The only thing I done with them is sent the headers out to be polished. They will ship in original borla boxes.
    Part# 17096 They are excactly like the ones on my boat
    Asking 850.00 plus shipping
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    Did you run these dry or with water injection?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nos1967 View Post
    Did you run these dry or with water injection?
    I run them dry.

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    I'm interested in these but I've ran my headers dry before and it was WAY too hot for my passengers in the back seat. If there was a way to hook up water injection I'd be very interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nos1967 View Post
    I'm interested in these but I've ran my headers dry before and it was WAY too hot for my passengers in the back seat. If there was a way to hook up water injection I'd be very interested.
    I totally understand, the only thing that saves me with them is the tubes go almost straight back not straight up like most boat headers.

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    NOS,
    I don't know what kind of boat you have but here's a shot of my 18' Brendella with a set of Borlas on them. I had some folks in the back a few times without any problems because as HotRod says they sweep back. Not very close to the passengers at all.

    That's a good price he has them for sale for too.




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    Quote Originally Posted by hot-rod 21 View Post
    Brand new never used, plans changed. The only thing I done with them is sent the headers out to be polished. They will ship in original borla boxes.
    Part# 17096 They are excactly like the ones on my boat
    Asking 850.00 plus shipping
    How quiet are they compared to bassets with baffles?

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    Crap where were ya two weeks ago........I would have been all over these.....but bought a new dominator bowl and droop

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    those look baddass. no $ = no

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    Quote Originally Posted by jungledave View Post
    How quiet are they compared to bassets with baffles?
    I personally don't think they are any "quieter". But they do have a totally different sound, real deep tone, To me not quite as ear piercing as some headers.

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