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I have an 01 with sato low mounts. The right was damaged in a high side prior. I love the exhaust. It's there a way to repair it? The bottom of the can was dented and so the carbon is broken and there needs to be a repair to the metal on the bottom. Anyone know of someone that repairs these?
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Our resident quack does repairs on just such cans (among others).

See below and PM DuckHunter. He does phenomenal work.

https://www.rc51forums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=9481

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https://www.rc51forums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=9481

I can help if your interested, have a look at the above thread.

A few members have now had their cans refinished, all have had good things to say.

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I can help if your interested, have a look at the above thread.

A few members have now had their cans refinished, all have had good things to say.

Hahaha...beat you to it

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Hahaha...beat you to it
Only just... thanks for the props man.

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I vouch for Mr quack (duckhunter). he did an amazing job on my sato low mounts.
https://www.rc51forums.com/forums/sho...t=9481&page=18
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Carbon is no problem? One of the cans is fucked on the bottom. The metal is pushed in breaking the ring around the bottom. Should I just look at a new set? I'll try to post some pics
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Oh duck hunter, love the name......Even though I own a monster....
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