I'm still around here and there. It's great to see the veteran forum members still helping out folks. Guys like Forzda and Bova have been making this board great for years and years! But it's the newbies asking questions that keeps the community alive. MS6's are a rare breed of...
Welcome to the site! There's been a bit of turnover regarding Mazdas in the St. Louis area. I'm getting rid of mine. I think the guy who started this thread got rid of his as well. There are still some folks who get together though. As it gets warmer it will be easier to meet some folks.
The problem I ran into with the Corksport setup was the exhaust hit on the rear differential. I was able to pry the main(center) section down and tighten the two tailpipes so that the tailpipes held the center pipe down away from the differential.
Also, when you're installing the exhaust (with the bolting still loosened), you can pry the exhaust away from the bottom of the car and while holding it away from the car tighten the bolting up. That's what I had to do with my Corksport 3" setup. It worked great after that. No rattling at all.
I've been back to stock for 5 months now, and it still sucks. :( The good news is that I'm about to graduate (7 weeks!) so I'll have a little more free time than working 11 hours and then going to school for 5 every day.
Good to see everyone agree that he's the right person for the job. I won't be frequenting threads much, but will check PM's daily. If you guys ever have any questions or need anything let me know. I'm glad to pass the torch. You guys are in good hands.
Everything is long gone. I used that money to buy a big engagement ring and pay for my half of the wedding for next year. I got about 70% back out of my parts that I put in them. So I can't really complain about that. It all sold within about two weeks, too.