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Old 12-28-2004, 04:29 PM   #1
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After a couple of requests we decided to play around a make a Stainless Steel Exhaust Cutout. We here it is.
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304 Stainless Steel Exhaust Cutout

Tig Welded!
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So what do you guys think? Ya want it? Let me know. Thinking about producing these and fazing out the flowtech cutouts.
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Old 12-28-2004, 05:24 PM   #2
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Nice!!!!!! What ya askin for them?
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Old 12-28-2004, 05:30 PM   #3
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Finally....woohoo! What's the length of the main pipe? Hopefully it is 12" and I can integrate two of these right into my system. BLING! Please let me know. Thanks
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I'm interested in this also. Price $ ?, How long 12" ?, Pipe size 3 1/2 ?
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Old 12-29-2004, 12:04 PM   #5
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After a couple of requests we decided to play around a make a Stainless Steel Exhaust Cutout. We here it is.
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304 Stainless Steel Exhaust Cutout

Tig Welded!
Polished!

So what do you guys think? Ya want it? Let me know. Thinking about producing these and fazing out the flowtech cutouts.
Damn, I would have bought that instead of the shitty quality flowtech i just got.
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wow, that's hot!
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Very nice
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Damn, I would have bought that instead of the shitty quality flowtech i just got.

Who makes these but the electric kind?
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Nice, how much?
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It seems like there is interest.....are you gonna reply?
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SSweet!! Price??
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Any chance you can make 'em as a direct replacement for the Random Cats so there is no cutting, no welding? Been lookin' for some time. It would make a sweet package - SS Cutouts, electric motors, and Rear O2 Simms!

Just outa curiousity - did ya think about the placement of the electric motors before ya welded on the mounting flange? For both a left and right installation? Or do they float on a rolled flange? Not trying to flame, but you could run into fitment issues if the flange is welded and you try to use these for both left and right.

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I wouldn't put a crappy flowtech one on my '69. I would need a pair of 3" versions of these.
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Old 01-02-2005, 08:42 AM   #14
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Hey Barry - why spend the time polishing these when they attach to most peoples unpolished SS exhaust? Keep the cost down and let the one or two who may want polished - polish their own!

Just a thought!
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We are goning to make a shooting for a target price of under $50.00. Gonna try to shoot closer to $40.00. We are setting up on this right now. It will take some time. I hope to have production ready in two months. ill keep everyone posted on our progress. We are starting with 3" for now and will make, 2 1/4, 2 1/2, 3 1/2 and 4" as well.
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Yeah, Damn thats a deal. I got boned buying a flowtech. I could have welded a nicer one myself.
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Awesome prices...I'll take two. Wondering if I can get the ends expanded to 3" ID. Let me know. Hey Barry, any new news on Truck headers yet?
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Who makes these but the electric kind?
These same guys make the good electric cut outs too, QTP. www.quicktimeperformance.com
You get this stainless steel cut out with QTPs awesome electric cut out/plate and you have a real nice corrosion resistent set up under your ride.
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im interested in the stainless cutout pipe and the electric cutout valve assembly.
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Old 02-09-2005, 06:43 PM   #20
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Damn, I would have bought that instead of the shitty quality flowtech i just got.
6 mos too late, damn, very nice piece! I feel the same way!

Tyson, feel like a re-weld
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