Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Spring, Tx
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i had mine cut out and welded in straight pipe. still allows me to do a bolt on system later on if i choose to change it. at idle you can't tell, if your on the passenger side you will hear your turbo whistle. hit about 2500 rpm and build some boost it starts getting pretty loud. my friend could hear me over a half mile away when i got on it one night.
interstate going 75 you get a drone. go 73 its gone. go 78-79 its gone. so you just got to find that one spot to stay out of on the highway.
my dad actually didn't notice it was straight piped for 2 1/2 months. made multiple 400+ mile trips with him during that time period. made sure not to give it to much gas when coming home late at night. he found out when i went in for warranty work and the service guy mentioned it in front of him.
Last edited by 75' forty; 02-17-2010 at 01:36 PM.