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post #1 of 7 Old 04-01-2006, 07:10 PM Thread Starter
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muzzys rear sets

just wondering if anyone has these ? never here much about them on this site ....probably because of price do they favor the woodcrafts or is it just me ?ahhhh maybe not

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look like a vortex spin off.

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i like them better than the vortex....but ill probably end up going with attack just havent heard much about the muzzys on here
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we have he vortex, attack and ome others...keep us in mind when you decide to buy...

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I think they are fine i have not had any trouble with them they are easy to adjust. Also reversed my shift pattern. All is well
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My friend has them. The have good cragtsmanship, but not worth the cash.

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Kinda look like woodcrafts to me. Muzzy gets all of there non-exhaust stuff made by someone else. Usually they have a little different setup than the person that makes it. For example, my damper from Muzzy is a black hyperpro damper with a mounting system that is subtly different from the damper you would buy from HyperPro. Usually you can just call them and ask who they are really made by.
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