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Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: geneva FL
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well there are a few issue that pop up with this and it all depends on the owner..
1. cab noise is unreal under load.
2. everything from the dp back will be covered in dust.
3.its not legal and pretty easy to notice.
4.the turbo will be the onlything holding the pipe up and tends to get loose.
5. heats trans up while stopped.
never thought about it with my red truck but my c10 i have "exhaust cutouts" at the headers for when i hit the strip might be a great alternative.
with that said i think im gonna do that where i cut my cat outnow... wow thanks
heres the summit link... http://www.summitracing.com/parts/RRP-Y300REV1/
Im ordering this now ill post a thread when i get it.
oh i might add it says for electric cutouts.... i just welded bolts to it and have wingnuts holding a plate on not takes 5 minutes to take off but cheper and less prone to failure.
97 supercab 4x4: work truck. Reallly Loud stereo (16 speakers, none visable), 20's/35s, 6637, straight piped.
89crx, working on a idea that involves a 454 bigblock, 2.5tons, and boggers.
Custom built 12' jon boat: yea its got a 50 horse jet drive.
Last edited by Soot_Life; 05-23-2010 at 09:28 PM.