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just finished mine by myself in the garage on 4 jack stands... hardest part was geting the car up on the jacks high enuf to work on it lol. Anyhow, passenger side nuts (not bolts) came right off within 10-15 minutes after finding the right combination of sockets, extensions and swivels, (and my car has 181k on it too). I sprayed a bunch of penatrating fluid on all the nuts before touching anything. Driverside nuts were a little harder but they finally cracked loose. Rear stuff was a pc. of cake. Pulled off my 02 sensors no problem and swapped them to the prochamber, those connectors are a #$%##%^&&%$ to disconntect if you can't get your hands up in there. Driverside front was a major PIA! In fact, after the PC was installed, I had to splice in some 2 inch pcs. of wire to my DS 02 sensor in the front cuz it it was too short to connect to the harness for some reason. Anyone else had that issue? But all said and done in less than 2 hours which is counting having to go to the hardware store for the hardware the used pro chamber didn't come with, this thing ROCKS with my Super 44s! Definitely a noticieable gain in some power in my opinion and it sounds absolutely BAD ASS...


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We used so much WD 40 and it definitely helped but that one passenger side bolt was a huge PITA.

Rather than start a new thread, I figured I'll post the video in here. I ordered the prochamber over july 4th weekend from onlineracer.com. Shipping was real fast and the price was under $250 shipped. Only bad part was there was basically nothing in the box to save the pipe from dings etc. I brought it to Dez Racing down in Fall River (they did my gears too) and one of the guys there got the pipe in in like 2 hours. He had to re-drill for some of the connectors too, but he got it done (only $150 for the install too). Here's the vid of her:
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First part is just general start-up and rev's, second part is in the car to get an idea of the sound and the last is in a garage (had to hang my hand out the window lol.

I'm pumped, I LOVE how my pony sounds now! Let me know what you guys think!


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Purerock you're definitely right, when I jumped in mine and was driving, I could feel the difference. My car felt lighter and like it could breathe much much better. I like the prochamber with the flowmasters because it's not extremely loud but still growls

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nice mine sounds zactly the same... luvin me this sh*t right now!!! At least I know how to do all this now, and will learn from my gear intall next! I got some good install tips from peeps...

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Ya nice job man! That's awesome you got it yourself...Wish I was able to get mine, but all well. You'll love the gears, I have 3.73's in mine and they're so fun :kooky:lol.

Do you get like a sucking sound from the midpipe if you shift low? Mine's doing it and just wondering if yours does too?

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yeah you can defintiely hear an "airy" sound from that chamber thats right under my seats... I can't believe how quiet the stock h-pipe is compared to the prochamber

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