Some one with a 2.4 might want the stock one
If you are selling it post a price
And make sure you say local pick up
It's way to big to ship
09 silver RL
blue low/fog lights
gm turbo upgrade
Cateless down pipe
DDM IC pipes
Youu should be able to get a modest amount from a 2.4 owner. The CAT alone has some value separately if low mileage but of course if you didn't also change your CAT that won't help..
1958 MGA Twincam
1962 MGA Coupe
1969 MGC roadster,
1957 Jamaican bodied MGA
1965 Jensen CV8,
1971 Jensen Interceptor
1969 Lamborghini Islero S
1988 Pontiac Fiero GT (sold)
2009 Pontiac Solstice GXP Coupe
2013 Mazda 3 Sport
Bill in BC
many members just give it away for free...just to get it out of their garage..
These things have more value as each year passes and with the number of members who do drive all year the stock systems are wearing out. There is someone out there who will pay something for it especially if it is in pretty good shape. Full disclosure - I will also have a R/L exhaust available in the next few months after I get Werks to install the RPi. When I see the WTS lists that include many items identified as damaged with a minimal price I don't think much gets given away - even a little bit can go to defray the cost of the upgrade...
2009 Sky Redline Silver Pearl, Red on Black
HFCat,TnlBrace,Front Brace,Rear Brace,Sway bars, RadHose, AirIntake, OEM Spoiler, Racing stripes, Painted Calipers, SideLights, MRZ Red Caps, RPI exhaust, Rear Valence
I didnt have room in my garage for it, so i stored mine outside behind some hedges on the side of the house. When i sold the car, i painted the tips with Stainless steel paint and put the OE exhaust back on. (because most owners want it rather than something aftermarket anyway)
Speaking of which... I still have the Solo street race system for sale! lol
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