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Old 11-12-2008, 02:48 PM
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new exhaust turnout w/video

well i was at Raul's house "stealth automotive" the other day and he has these really cool exhaust turnouts so we decided to put one on my truck .......first off this system is bad azz you can run it closed and your truck is normal or you can open it up at the press of a switch and have the straight pipe sound shooting out of it ........a really awesome system that is easy to install ..................here is a little video of it ...first part is closed and then i open it up ...


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I like that. My truck is already loud enough but how much and how long did it take you two to install.
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I like that. My truck is already loud enough but how much and how long did it take you two to install.
took us around an hour to install everything.... its not hard to install at all....
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Did you run the elctrical wire for the switch through the firewall? There is a switch IN the cab correct?
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Did you run the elctrical wire for the switch through the firewall? There is a switch IN the cab correct?
yeah i just ran the wire through one of the stock rubber garments on the firewall .....and the switch is already wired up you just need to hook up the ground and power and your ready to go ...............i just thought it was really cool because running straight pipe all the time gets anoying so this lets me do both run the muffler or straight pipe
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that sounds sweet, love the whistle
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Old 11-12-2008, 03:26 PM
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you could actually hear the turbo spool up more when the cut out opened up.... i've been eyeballing these on ebay and thought it would be neat to run a set-up with one electric cutout and another manual... use the electric in front of the muffler, run a pipe to the other side of the muffler where it meets the manual cutout.... thus bypassing the muffler completely but still exiting at the end of the exhaust pipe
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Could you use this with the stock exhaust? I have an 03 ex and i'm hesitant about straight piping or a full on 4" turbo back. I had a tahoe with a 40 series flowmaster in the past and 70 mph would make your ears bleed after awhile. I like the idea or potentially being stock when the wife and kids are in the truck, but loud and obnoxious when its just me.
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What do you think about this? have a straight pipe system now, but want stacks so get the stacks put in and attatch the turn out to the stacks and have 2 exhaust systems, 1 for blackin people out/ towing, and 1 for the stacks... i just thought i would look kinda goofy seeing both stacks and a full system too.
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Could you use this with the stock exhaust? I have an 03 ex and i'm hesitant about straight piping or a full on 4" turbo back. I had a tahoe with a 40 series flowmaster in the past and 70 mph would make your ears bleed after awhile. I like the idea or potentially being stock when the wife and kids are in the truck, but loud and obnoxious when its just me.
yes.. but we would have to make a kit for the stock exhaust... these are custom made so they usually take up to 2 weeks to make them.... i have 1 4" kit left in stock
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