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2007 Lexus LS 460 Pypes° Exhaust Cutouts


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I just recently purchased exhaust cutouts for my LS 460 from a company called PYPES EXHAUST. It's like having a beauty and beast duo with a switch. The product, resonator delete and install cost me around $770.

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