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Old 01-15-2009, 09:33 PM   #11
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this should definetely be a sticky thread.
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Old 01-15-2009, 09:42 PM   #12
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Actually, I was just looking at the huge exhaust thread over on SVTPerformance, and we should do it like theirs because you can skim through extremely fast but see everything clearly.

It's basically like this:

Headers, Midpipe, Catback
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If headers are stock, just leave it out. So for me, it would be exactly like this:

VRS O/R X, Magnapacks
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQNzoaGYxxs

Much easier IMO:
http://www.svtperformance.com/forums...oundboard.html

If it's too much trouble for you, I can always make a new thread.
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Old 01-16-2009, 06:45 PM   #13
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Actually, I was just looking at the huge exhaust thread over on SVTPerformance, and we should do it like theirs because you can skim through extremely fast but see everything clearly.

It's basically like this:

Headers, Midpipe, Catback
Link

If headers are stock, just leave it out. So for me, it would be exactly like this:

VRS O/R X, Magnapacks
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQNzoaGYxxs

Much easier IMO:
http://www.svtperformance.com/forums...oundboard.html

If it's too much trouble for you, I can always make a new thread.
Very much agreed with the benefit of the thread being simple as possible. I want to make this personable so I'm gonna write the member name on 1st line, followed by exhaust set up then link. No new thread needed as I just edit for corrections. Thanks a bunch.
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Old 01-16-2009, 07:03 PM   #14
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Very much agreed with the benefit of the thread being simple as possible. I want to make this personable so I'm gonna write the member name on 1st line, followed by exhaust set up then link. No new thread needed as I just edit for corrections. Thanks a bunch.
Cool beans. Sorry to be a pest, but I really have a keen eye for this **** LOL. I would space out each video too, even if it's from the same person, just to keep it from getting all jumbled up. Also, maybe put there names to the sides so that doesn't distract the reader from the actual exhaust setup or something. So like...

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**************** FLOWMASTER *****************

Mac O/R H, Flowaster 40 weld ins (03MachMe)
http://vimeo.com/1938763


***************** MAGNAFLOW *****************

VRS O/R X, Magnapacks (Slicktastyk Matt)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQNzoaGYxxs

Magnaflow catted X, Magnapacks / VRS O/R X, Magnapacks (Slicktastyk Matt)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ja02ocn5crc
Damn me and my perfectionism. I hate it sometimes dude... don't mind me LMAO. Just making suggestions. But this isn't an art project... so keep on keepin' on broseph.
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Cool beans. Sorry to be a pest, but I really have a keen eye for this **** LOL. I would space out each video too, even if it's from the same person, just to keep it from getting all jumbled up. Also, maybe put there names to the sides so that doesn't distract the reader from the actual exhaust setup or something. So like...



Damn me and my perfectionism. I hate it sometimes dude... don't mind me LMAO. Just making suggestions. But this isn't an art project... so keep on keepin' on broseph.
It's all good Matt. I'm down with the easy-2-read philosophy too. One more point taken and applied for that ****.
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Old 01-16-2009, 08:56 PM   #16
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best policy, but you boys are making me want to do an exhaust again, and my B-day is coming up so
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It's all good Matt. I'm down with the easy-2-read philosophy too. One more point taken and applied for that ****.
There we go man. Nice and clean. Now we just need to get more vids up. Which I can provide. Some of my older setup:

Magnaflow catted X, MAC
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7LoLlVcEU4

Magnaflow catted X, MAC
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O/R X, Flowmaster Dumps 04AZUREBLUEMACH1
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I don't know what brand the X-pipe is or what type of Flows these are, but they are plenty loud.
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O/R H, Spintech Sportsmans
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Furinox...blower or not, that sounds damn nice. Can't say I've ever even heard of Spintech. Checked out their site and it looks like they make some really good stuff. Yet another muff option for Machers to consider. Thx for the clip :0)
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