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Old 01-27-2017, 11:13 AM   #61
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Just picked it up more pictures to come
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Old 01-27-2017, 11:26 AM   #62
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Tips are legit there 4in
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Solomon stop wasting time taking pictures of the box and get under there and install it!!!! jk anxious for the sound clip.
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More pics
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Alright guys are in there are couple things that are an issue if you have a chassis mounted torque arm you will need to remove the transmission crossmember. It's a tight fit but it fits. The only other complaint I have is where the tips mount the bracket holes aren't big enough or there isn't enough space for the factory nut / washer combo so you have to grind off a little bit of it I will attach a picture but other than that the one on smooth.
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Sounds good! man you knocked out that install pretty quick.
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sounds loud as hell, there enough room under there for a muffler swap if someone would want to go quieter?
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sounds loud as hell, there enough room under there for a muffler swap if someone would want to go quieter?
This is what I want to know. I have a GMMG with long tubes right now, I wouldn't want to go any louder than that.
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Sounds good! man you knocked out that install pretty quick.
Yeah wasn't too hard, hardest part was getting the xpipe in because of my tunnel mount.
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sounds loud as hell, there enough room under there for a muffler swap if someone would want to go quieter?
Umm prob where the stock muffler are now is the only place.
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This is what I want to know. I have a GMMG with long tubes right now, I wouldn't want to go any louder than that.
Since you got a stock cam still the duels I believe will actually quite down the car. Assuming you have a y pipe set up right now.
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Since you got a stock cam still the duels I believe will actually quite down the car. Assuming you have a y pipe set up right now.
It's a mild cam/valvetrain and bolt on car with hooker long tubes, catted 3 inch Y pipe and GMMG.
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I got mine today too. I got it all out of the box to check it out,it looked good. There are some really nice welds on these pipes. I will be out side tomorrow morning installing it freezing my *** off. I see they flatend the driver side pipe some to help with ground clearance. The headers look really to. Thanks Speed Engineering for these nice parts!!
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I got mine today too. I got it all out of the box to check it out,it looked good. There are some really nice welds on these pipes. I will be out side tomorrow morning installing it freezing my *** off. I see they flatend the driver side pipe some to help with ground clearance. The headers look really to. Thanks Speed Engineering for these nice parts!!
Would be great to hear sound clip with stock cam I'm running p.s. Lt's, t.s. Y pipe and magna mouth catback. Wondering if this set up is louder? Wouldn't mind a little quieter .
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I think just that one sound clip made me change my mind. Might have to go ahead and sell all of my 4" kit and get one of these. Sounds great. Let us know how tolerable it is cruising around and at highway speeds when you can.
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How was the fit otherwise? I believe with the kooks, people talk about having to remove the heat shielding for the tank

Are you lowered at all? If so, I would love a pic of the ground clearance
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How feasible would it be to have a dumped setup like the over the axle? What I mean is, put some bullets right where the pipes start their bend right after they come through the torque arm mount. Right under the back seat. That would let us with chassis mounted torque arms have dumps. Oh and have an option for a 3.5" inlet off the headers? Or maybe an entire 3.5" system?


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Nice job on bringing a affordable td out the back package to market for us f car guys!

I have the phab system on my car now but would've bought this had it been on the market when i bought the phab.....hell i still might buy this.
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I think just that one sound clip made me change my mind. Might have to go ahead and sell all of my 4" kit and get one of these. Sounds great. Let us know how tolerable it is cruising around and at highway speeds when you can.
I got a th400 with 3.73 gears so I really couldn't tell you bow it would sound with o/d but at 3k at 60ish its not bad at all.
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How was the fit otherwise? I believe with the kooks, people talk about having to remove the heat shielding for the tank

Are you lowered at all? If so, I would love a pic of the ground clearance
Yeah I'm on a pro kit ill get some pictures for you later today.
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