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Old 08-08-2014, 08:47 AM   #1
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Default Boss side exhaust

Does anyone have the boss side exhaust? Thinking of putting it on my '13 GT. I like the idea of being able to adjust the restrictor plates...

Any input would be helpful. I haven't found much out there on them...
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Old 08-09-2014, 11:41 AM   #2
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the restrictor plates are on or off.... not adjustable. And these are purely for sound not performance.

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Actually, you can change the size of the hole in the side restrictor plates to vary the sound level. Factory stock, the restrictor plates have a 5/16" hole. I am running mine with a 3/4" hole. You can remove them completely as well to make it even louder.
The most common used are removed (full open) & 3/4" opening.
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i have been schooled on the adjustments then. But, Still never helps my friend's Boss 302 take my GT from a dig or a roll no matter what.
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Actually, you can change the size of the hole in the side restrictor plates to vary the sound level. Factory stock, the restrictor plates have a 5/16" hole. I am running mine with a 3/4" hole. You can remove them completely as well to make it even louder.
The most common used are removed (full open) & 3/4" opening.
Do you have any drone with the large plate holes?
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Im running no plates. Took them off the first week I had the car. Love having the sound right at my window.
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Default Power Resonator Cutoffs for Sidepipes

These two videos have what your looking for i believe..This is an SVT Ford Dealership in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.Ive been there personally and are going back within the year to have the side pipes done like this..The videos include more addons and a supercharger install on the second video but both have segments regarding the power cutoffs for the side pipes..Enjoy..

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Do you have any drone with the large plate holes?
No drone with the 3/4" openings in the restrictor plates. Did not notice any drone with the plates completely removed either. You get a lot more of the 'Jake Brake' effect with the plates removed, & that's why I went with the 3/4" hole, nice balance.
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