I think this rumor had been adequately dealt with but it seems the AWD drive Monaro which may have sparked it has been linked to possiible 2007 GTO etc. The attached link shows the AWD Monaro with both side double exhaust tips. Anyway, we don't have squat now so is a bit early to be talking about 3 years away models.
To get back on topic, I don't actually mind that both pipes exit on the same side. At first, I was appalled that it had dual exhaust but the pipes where not one on each side. However, the more I looked at it and noticed how many everyday non-performance cars (without true dual exhaust) have the two exhaust tips one on each side, I began to really like it. It's different and the real measure with be the exhaust note, which is going to be awesome. Just my two cents. I guess we're back to that opinions/assholes analogy.....everybodies got on and they all stink.
So, working from home is apparently going to be my "new normal". I'm a few hours in. I get the benefits -- less commute, wardrobe optional, Imma has another box of Oreos for lunch, etc. -- but... I CAN HAS COMMUNICAYSHUNZ, plzthnx.
This is a bit of a social experiment.
If you post in this thread you are subject to being Banned.
I will randomly check this thread. If I see anyone posting here besides myself, I will pick someone and Ban them. It may be one day, it may be perm. Depends on my mood at the time.
Anyone have a more utility side by sides? I don't want a high performance, trail/rock climbing type of UTV. Looking for experiences. I have been looking at Polaris Rangers, Honda Pioneers, Kubotas, and John Deeres so far.
1) How have they held up?
2) How do you use them? I plan to use...
We had a crazy July 4 car meet last night. It’s usually 30-50 cars every Saturday night but last night...Omg. It was hundreds. They were saying probably close to 500 people there last night. There was burnouts, donuts, drifting, fireworks and even a dude cruising around on a dang go kart...