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post #1 of 3 Old 07-06-2006, 10:53 AM Thread Starter

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Gutted the kitty and muffler yesterday........Oh myyyyy gooooooooodnessssss. What a beautiful sound. Especially when accelerating or shutting down and hearing that turbo whirl/whine away (best Homer Simpson "huhhhhhhhhh" with tongue hanging out of corner of mouth). I just went with a 6' x 3" straight pipe it ran me $31.42. I went with 3" beacuse I that is what the flange was from the catalytic converter. Any thoughts on my set up (length or diameter)?
Hard to tell whether or not I got better mileage but just watching the fuel guage I would say that I picked some/a mpg up. On the way up to Kansas I got 19.9 (20 mpg) with the exhaust still intact.
Does anyone have the deminsions for the 4 bolts that hold the pulley onto the water pump and the size of the clutch fan bolt? I am trying to make my own fan clutch tool kit. I was going to take the fan off for the trip but held off because of the tool needed to put it back on.
I have an electrical question but will post that seperately.
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post #2 of 3 Old 07-06-2006, 03:12 PM
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SWEET Craig! I'm fixin' to put a test pipe on mine and loose the kitty......well just to "test" of course.

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i could be wrong, but i want to say its a 36 or 42 mm for the fan clutch, i dont know the dimentions of the water pump off the top of my head.....

i have a pnumatic fan clutch wrench, so i dont usually use the manual ones.....sorry i couldnt help more....
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