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    Re: How To Provide A Detailed Yune Up To A 2000 STS with 73,000 Miles

    theres a LIMO sway for the STS?
    GXP sways bolt in and they are performance engineered straight from the STSi...

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    Re: How To Provide A Detailed Yune Up To A 2000 STS with 73,000 Miles

    According to CORSA Performance the system is good for about 20 hp at redline. Nothing up to around 3500 or so, as in any other intake/exhaust work. Right now I believe the system goes for around $1300+ online. It's all stainless and carries a lifetime guarantee. Easy to install, with a frame lift.
    Low, rumbly idle, quiet midrange and dead quiet cruise, stick your foot in it and wake the dead. It's essentially a tuned straight pipe - a good flashlight will shine from the cat to the tip. It will give you a tad of extra gas mileage on extended highway trips - nothing in everyday commuter driving. Yes, it's worth it. No, it is not a ricer fart-can bolt-on. Always remember: More noise DOES NOT = more power.

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