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hi guys. today i noticed my tips wernt straight so i ran the beast into the garage to see whats going on. turns out the borla is rusting away. arent these ment to be stainless steel ? apon looking at the website borla claim a million mile warranty. anybody ever claimed on this ? if so how did it go ?
ive contacted the firm i bought it from , but 5 hours have past and still havent had a call back.
so my rig is sitting up on a ramp with no exhaust !!!!
" am gonna pick a fight "
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stainless steel can still rust, but its more than likely pitted through the stainless coating and the actual metal below that is rusting. Its not a pure s.s. exhaust, just like pretty much anything nowadays.
Contact Borla here through an e-mail and see what they say. They should honor their own warranty and set you up with replacements.
I'be never heard of this before with a Borla or Corsa exhaust.
Craig 08 GCSRT8-- Eibach's, BT Catch Can, Mopar Cat Back and CAI, Shorty Antenna, 180tstat, other appearance goodies by BT and carbon fiber accents... massaged by JOHAN with a custom wrapped Alcantara steering wheel
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