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Old 06-29-2009, 09:53 PM
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Old 09-08-2009, 07:11 PM
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Is it mandatory to knotch the frame on the driver side? I have Pacestter LTs. I'm going to run a 2.5" x-pipe system with red hot flowtech dumped and if I need to knotch the frame then I gotta do more reasearch.
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Old 09-09-2009, 07:35 AM
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Is it mandatory to knotch the frame on the driver side? I have Pacestter LTs. I'm going to run a 2.5" x-pipe system with red hot flowtech dumped and if I need to knotch the frame then I gotta do more reasearch.
I did no mods to the chassis with my TD's.
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Old 09-15-2009, 10:57 AM
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wrd, how much did all of the stainless cost you? How much time did the design and fab work take? That is a great looking system The only thing I would probably change would be to just dump it before the axle...although maybe not.
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wrd, how much did all of the stainless cost you? How much time did the design and fab work take? That is a great looking system The only thing I would probably change would be to just dump it before the axle...although maybe not.
I managed to get all the Magnaflow pipes, muffler and hangers at cost. Think I had around $200 in the J bends, L bends and x-pipes. Regular cost would be closer to $325 or so. Cutouts and cutout pipes were around $450 IIRC.

I have over 30 hours in the designing, construction and polishing of the system. If I had to do it again, it would take much less time.

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Hey Question.....

Hey I like the way yours sounds....what are the specs for that system along with the cutouts?????
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Old 06-03-2011, 12:51 AM
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Are you guys crushing your floorboards in to fit the exhaust up higher?
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Are you guys crushing your floorboards in to fit the exhaust up higher?
Not me.
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Re: Post your True Dual setup here

ZZP GT2 cam
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2.25 piping
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2.25 in/out magnaflow bullets

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Re: Post your True Dual setup here

All of these true dual setups are great looking guys. Im in the exhaust stage of getting my 95 TA finished up....Is a true dual setup really that much better or is it just a matter of preference? I am asking because my dad had mentioned i should do a dual setup on mine.
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Re: Post your True Dual setup here

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All of these true dual setups are great looking guys. Im in the exhaust stage of getting my 95 TA finished up....Is a true dual setup really that much better or is it just a matter of preference? I am asking because my dad had mentioned i should do a dual setup on mine.
Wow, old thread from the dead! LOL

True duals are definitely better...but not necessary! Just depends on what you are going for. If high HP are your dream, go true dual. If you are just going for a little fun weekend toy that sounds cool, go single.
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