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well I was supposed to do a straight pipe Saturday morning on the stock exhaust but me and Vince got to drinking and well the cut off wheel and die grinder came out to play ...I did it tonight and all I can say is it sounds so much better and the throttle response is much better... throaty sound ... cant wait for the tunner to get here Wednesday :burnout :burnout :burnout :burnout :burnout :burnout :burnout :burnout :drive:

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Is it even worth it???



 
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Congrats on the successful mod... I've considered doing that one.. but I've got something in mind for exhaust.. and I've never been one to do a job twice... I think I'll just wait til I can do what I really want!!

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I agree 100%

I hate to do things twice too.. but right now the 4" exhaust just aint gunna happen... I need guages first since I have a tuner comming Wednesday.. I figured I'd free up some backpressure and it was a free mod to boot... Same guy who gave me the t-bolt clamps and 4" pipe to do my Tymar.. I tow him in lots of work so he gives me any little parts I need for free ... like the 40" of pipe to do the straight pipe and the 2 band clamps...befor the end of summer I'll have a 4" turbo back

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post #4 of 4 Old 05-11-2007, 10:07 PM
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Yeah.. what I want involves some 4" peices too...

I want something that is pretty much totally custom.. so it may have to wait a while.. all depends on how things go.

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