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Old 06-17-2013, 06:34 PM   #1
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Here it is boys. My latest exhaust setup:

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Old 06-17-2013, 06:53 PM   #2
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Sweet man. I love it.
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Old 06-17-2013, 07:26 PM   #3
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In your own words... "Sweet-***-sweet"
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Old 06-17-2013, 07:52 PM   #4
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Nice JJ. I like.
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That sounds clean at idle and mean at WOT!
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Old 06-17-2013, 09:02 PM   #6
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Thanks guys....I'm liking this. It's loud (Of course) but not in the car and it sounds really frick'n good. I guess it should since it's a complete system....LOL

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Old 06-17-2013, 09:11 PM   #7
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Sounds great man!
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Sounds good, the kooks are finally on the boss with the borlas. Sounds freaking mean.
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Can't wait to hear it bro.
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Sounds awesome!!
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Sounds great can't wait to finish mine off, just running the cat back right now on the stock pipes and headers.
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Sound great John. The big question is... are the tips straight!?!? LOL.
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Sound great John. The big question is... are the tips straight!?!? LOL.
LOL....Yep.
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LOL....Yep.
Sweet-***-sweet! Good looking car like yours can be rolling all Ate UP like that.
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Ehh...It was part of the whole sleeper look.......BWAAAAAAAA LMAO
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HAHA! I might have actually fallen for that if I didn't know you and came rolling up on ya.
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Hey Sleeper question for you. When you hit bumps can you hear your Stainless Works Tips hit the rear valance? Mine seem to bounce quite a bit when I hit a bigger bump.
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Hey Sleeper question for you. When you hit bumps can you hear your Stainless Works Tips hit the rear valance? Mine seem to bounce quite a bit when I hit a bigger bump.
Haven't had that happen. I have them pretty centered which leaves about a 1/2" or so between the tips and valance. Are you sure it's the tips and not vibration from the pipes hitting something under the car? (Spare tire housing, axle, chassis support bar, etc.) I have a 1" spacer between the chassis support bar and the body.
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Very nice John! good job!
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Haven't had that happen. I have them pretty centered which leaves about a 1/2" or so between the tips and valance. Are you sure it's the tips and not vibration from the pipes hitting something under the car? (Spare tire housing, axle, chassis support bar, etc.) I have a 1" spacer between the chassis support bar and the body.
It could be coming from under the car more. It's hard to say I really need to get someone to watch it when I hit a big bump. But to me it sounds like metal hitting plastic its not a metal on metal sound. I have about the same 1/2" between the tips and valance too. The one thing I have noticed is there is quite a bit of play on the tips. Can move them around pretty easy. Kind of wondering if the hangers are not clamping properly. Think I just need to get it back up on the rack and check all the hangers.

Great to see more folks putting this exhaust system on. I think it's one of the best sounding systems that I have heard on the 5.0.

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