I haven't seen Mike in a while. Hopefully we can get together before I leave for Japan in May.What's good Dewayne:bigthumbsup I can imagine how loud that bad boy is.I remember Budlite Mikes car when he first did his exhaust and once the LT's went on good lord lol
I also have ARH longtubes and when I first installed them I had the stock resonators and stock mufflers but off road X
my car sounded stock at idle and light throttle but at WOT it screamed.
I wanted a little more bark so I went with the Gibson axlebacks and now it's perfect.The key is running a chambered muffler and the resonators to keep it toned down a bit.
I can't wait to hear you and BLM together at WOT:kooky:
A little nervous, but I do have my car registered out of state stillamazing! Are you nervous driving this thing in california???
I drive this thing everyday to and from work 68 miles round trip. It feels fine under 5k and it's still fun to drive. I dont get up to 7k much during the trip, but I do hit 5k quite a bit.How does your car feel under 5,000 RPM with the BOSS intake and full exhaust? I am considering going that route, but am looking for a combination that is also fun to drive around town when not in full attack mode.
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Thanks sir. I was always nervous starting up in the morning when I worked days, because it's freaking loud during cold start up. Now that I work nights, I'm not as nervous because everyone else is at work when I leave for work in the after noon.Very nice ride, those look like some nice wheels too.
Your car sounds identical to mine at least from the vid.
i have corsa sports, kooks long tubes and big cats, x pipe. you can start in 2nd then go to 4th shifting at 2000 rpm if you need to keep it quiet, apart form that the Corsa's and now Bassani's are track loud. just the way it should be! neighbors may get pissed on cold mornings but who cares.
i'm also curious about the LT's with the boss intake.
Actually long tubes make it easier to pull the transmission. getting the factory cats out of the way frees up alot of room around the bellhousing. Look at Swervo's pics with the header on the left and stock on the right more room.
Swapping out headers is a pain in the ass. If you don't have access to a lift, you better find one. LOL. If not it can be done on ramps/jack stands. No special tools really, but one thing that made it a little easier is one of those ratcheting wrenches. Other wise you'll hate life having to turn a wrench a 1/4 turn at a time then pulling it back off and putting it back on over and over again.Which tools do you need to swap the headers? I mean, more than just a few sockets/oe wrenches? Anything special?
I'll just put the cat's back on (which takes 30 mins) and reflash another tune to turn on the O2 sensorsswervo - Have to ask. Noticed you have a NC license plate. How are you going to pass inspection when you come back this way now that the cats are removed and you don't have O2 sensors?