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post #1 of 8 Old 11-14-2010, 05:27 AM Thread Starter
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DP installed

Here some video after installation. Love that sound.

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they actually whistle even more after you get a full system on there. but sounds healthy

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If it helps anyone that will be doing this in the future, to get the firewall pushed back I used a scissors type jack out 6th gen honda accord, It was small enough to fit in and just strong enough to get the job done. I had though about buying a hydraulic port-o-power but did not want to spend the money for it.

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I must be the only person why didn't push the firewall back and it still fit

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Are you kidding! For me the even the stock DP required a little wrestling to get out. I guess i'am just a "lucky" guy.

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haha how did you get it out? I used the blue tip and had some fun

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I had just used the sawzall to cut it in half. But it was the last inch of the upper half that was a problem when pulling out the top. Now there is clearance to pull entire DP out from the top in one piece

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Yeah see I'm debating trying a 4 inch dp on mine cause of how much room I have

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