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exhaust repacking

syncro2010-06-26 02:18:12 +0000 #1
i'm thinking i need to repack my sato mufflers on my RC51 after doing the ART course yesterday. i can get a kit from two brothers for $20, or i can get one for $65 from sato. i'm wondering if it's worth spending the extra cash to get the kit from sato? would there be a big difference in the material used? from what i gather on the two brother's site their kits can be used in pretty much any exhaust.
grey ghost2010-06-26 02:19:59 +0000 #2
Well, you could just sell those pipes to me and I'll give you some stock ones! No?

Personally I'd spend the extra on a Sato kit, it is the company who made your exhaust after all. I'd guess it probably comes with everything you need too, like rivets and what not.
syncro2010-06-26 03:03:36 +0000 #3
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Originally Posted by grey ghost

Well, you could just sell those pipes to me and I'll give you some stock ones! No?

Personally I'd spend the extra on a Sato kit, it is the company who made your exhaust after all. I'd guess it probably comes with everything you need too, like rivets and what not.

yeah, they said it comes with rivets. no metion of a "what not" though, what is that?
rgm2010-06-26 03:01:27 +0000 #4
Spend the extra and get the Sato repack kit.

I have three sets of Satos, all of which I've taken apart. The ones with the Sato packing are packed so much nicer and sound so much better.

Plus the cans look better with the proper rivets.

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