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Old 09-12-2012, 09:54 PM   #41
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Can I get cost pm'd to me for cutback and high flow cats with shipping to 33027 please
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Can I get cost pm'd to me for cutback and high flow cats with shipping to 33027 please
PM sent.
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Installed the downpipe yesterday. I was hoping to get on the dyno this morning, but its raining. There's a chance of rain tomorrow, but hopefully I can get on the dyno. With the little bit of driving so far, I can tell a difference. Turbos spool up quicker, still have stock catback, so not much more noise. You can hear the turbos a little more, but overall sound is about the same. I'll post dyno graphs soon.
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Installed the downpipe yesterday. I was hoping to get on the dyno this morning, but its raining. There's a chance of rain tomorrow, but hopefully I can get on the dyno. With the little bit of driving so far, I can tell a difference. Turbos spool up quicker, still have stock catback, so not much more noise. You can hear the turbos a little more, but overall sound is about the same. I'll post dyno graphs soon.
Does it run better in the bottom and mid rpm?
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Yes it does. With the quicker spool, she's more responsive. Hard to tell how much with the rain.
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Any point in adding one of these to the stock exhaust?
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Any point in adding one of these to the stock exhaust?
Probably not. BUT makes good sense to add a Solo Exhaust as well.
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Finally got to dyno the truck again. The only thing that changed between dynos was the downpipe. The only other thing done to the truck is a 5 star tow tune (93 p/t). We made 2 pulls before I swapped the downpipe and 2 pulls after. These are the two lowest.

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Jesus christmas, she's a got some grunt to 'er.
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That's impressive.
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