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Installed GTAs and Blackout panel

Had them both on for a month but finally some pics. Like the GTAs. They're just a little louder than stock and no drone. They should get a bit louder as they're broken in.

Previously I had a vinyl blackout panel but didn't really like the look so bought the SHR panel. They're on for a pretty good price now.

That's probably it for appearance mods. Hopefully next year a 3.5" Shaftmaster and MGW shifter. Just a little at a time.

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Looks good! Those 4" tailpipes makes a whole lot of difference.

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Lookin good man! I got the same set up on my 06 but I put a GT500 rear bumper to go along with it. But my 06 happens to be a V6 so the GTA mufflers have quite a bit of drone with the V6 exhaust note... But its ok I like it

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very nice....and i don't think you can take a bad picture with that Alberta scenery

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That's a good blackout panel and the black spoiler is cool.
I've thought of adding these plus a black chin spoiler,

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