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James TheSuper Finch

What is this exhuast off of?!?!

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A vehicle. :) Might be off of a Prius? :) 

Are there any engraved numbers on it? etc.

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Looks like it could be an aftermarket muffler and pipe for like a honda, vw or similar compact car. Are there any engraved numbers on any of the pipe or muffler?

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This to me looks more like a Honda Exhaust, I would recommend to search for engravement on the part as most of the auto-part makers engrave their brand name to differentiate their product from that of the competitors.

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