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Nino duals are on ! finally

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Old 06-26-2007, 01:36 AM
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ORIGINAL: jcoggin

so you had to tap the drivers side to make threads for the hanger bolts?

Yes . The holes are already in the left side frame the same as the right frame but they are untapped . Just use a bolt from the right side muffler hanger to tap the hole .It will make the threads .
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Old 06-26-2007, 10:44 AM
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Loosing backpressure and the car looses power ? It may be right in theory, but in reality it is not right. I have true dual with X pipe from Ford Racing. The car runs stronger and no more throttle lag.
Too much of a loss in backpressure tends to droplow power.. In reality - it is right. [&:]It really depends on the whole system, if you're running a higher resistance muffler you'll increase back pressure. If you're running duals with low resistance mufflers you're going to drop a good bit of back pressure..
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