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post #1 of 14 Old 02-14-2009, 02:48 PM Thread Starter
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Custom exhaust done with the quicktime!

Had my buddy at the shop make me a exhaust kit. It is a 3 inch straight piece with a borla XR-1.

Just to give you guys an idea what you can use on your kits!










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send you my paypal info for a donation bob

Will let you know when the car is home...........looking at march 6-14.....should i run a extra inline fuel pump with my GSS340 intank????

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Looks good man! How do you like the sound of it?

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Havent heard it yet, car was on the lift and there was a car underneath it because he was painting a car in the shop, so i couldnt lower it and start it!

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okay so there has been time now video or ban!!

j/k a video would be sweet!


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Exhaust looks nice, need to get mine done. Been running open down pipe for about a year.

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Exhaust looks nice, need to get mine done. Been running open down pipe for about a year.
I had open dp for 6months. Now I have a dumped muffler. I want tailpipes.

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Thats exactly how I would set the exhaust up, duals are just extra weight and expense in a single turbo app. If the drone ever bothers you just run the outlet over to the side angled out.
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Thats exactly how I would set the exhaust up, duals are just extra weight and expense in a single turbo app. If the drone ever bothers you just run the outlet over to the side angled out.
Mine is pointed a little to the side. The only thing I worry about is blowing the engine while going down the track.


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Did you use any rubber exhaust hangers? Looks like it is just bolted up
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It has a hanger off the mufler and a trans mount strap to hold it in place.

works and looks great

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did you ever get a sound clip or your car?
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car is very quiet and sounds very stockish.

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