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Old 05-09-2013, 02:08 PM   #21
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wow sounds awesome dude..you get a little drone then?
Eh I am so used to drone from my old exhaust setup that I've learned to tune it out, I will have to actually pay attention to determine if I do.
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Old 05-10-2013, 12:54 AM   #22
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An amazing sixer............sounds so not a v6. Since your blown go with some sort of flow through design muffler not a chambered type. Adding a H pipe will deepen the tone as well, it will be nasty.

You have a great looking car too...........love your setup.
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An amazing sixer............sounds so not a v6. Since your blown go with some sort of flow through design muffler not a chambered type. Adding a H pipe will deepen the tone as well, it will be nasty.

You have a great looking car too...........love your setup.
Yeah if I go mufflers I do plan on doing a flow through design like the Hushpower II's, and thanks!
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Cool, I am not familiar with them. It will sound amazing. So is the install for the 4.0 headers any easier than the 4.6? Or did you lose a pint of blood like the rest of us over a long weekend? LOL
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Cool, I am not familiar with them. It will sound amazing. So is the install for the 4.0 headers any easier than the 4.6? Or did you lose a pint of blood like the rest of us over a long weekend? LOL
Lol... It actually took us about 4 hours and would have taken less time if I didn't have the larger bell housing and adapter plate from the TR3650 (it is swapped from the T5). It is very close clearance wise and the steering rod I guess you call it had to be disconnected so that the EGR tube can clear it. It also was a pain in the *** because of all the extra stuff I have in the engine bay from the supercharger.
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