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Do some killer side pipes!

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side pipe on that are for drag racers. could work tho. put please zach for the love of god no stack or stacks!
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stacks are gay
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No stack or side pipes. Sorry. I want it to be quiet
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No stack or side pipes. Sorry. I want it to be quiet
Electric Cut outs!
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Heh, Actually - an actuating valve with a downpipe followed by a standard 2 Cat Converter and dropped pipe out the back would be pretty nice - on the days you want some Oomph, flip the actuator.. if you want to hear yourself think, turn it off and switch it to the cats pipe :-)
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make loud as you can!
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make loud as you can!
thats retarted, id rather hear the rest of the truck and spotters while I wheel.
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Need pictures of truck as it sits now.
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I would normally say you should make it loud. But I think you're doing the right thing. Hearing the whole and truck and your spotter is more important.
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thats retarted, id rather hear the rest of the truck and spotters while I wheel.
you know you will make it loud someday. Atleast at the dunes
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seriously.... zachs right you need to be able to hear your truck and spotters... open headers and e cut outs are pretty much useless, unless your drag racing.

if it were me i would do a flowmaster 50 series or 80 series, keep it quitish and giver a rumble at the same time
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I highly doubt Zach would ever put a flowmaster on any of his vehicles.
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I highly doubt Zach would ever put a flowmaster on any of his vehicles.
slowmaster = biggest piece of **** mufflers
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mufflers are overrated. Just use a tomato pasta can ducttaped to your headers. Most power.
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mufflers are overrated. Just use a tomato pasta can ducttaped to your headers. Most power.
F**K A tomato can - Hes gotta do it Coffee Can style - Go big, or go home!
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magnaflow is the only mufflers i will buy, ever.

as for the truck i pulled the oil pan and fixed the guides that were hitting the rod bolts as i turned it over by hand.

changed the filter in the transmission and finished off the throttle cable and gas pedal stuff.
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ha original folgers flo...

forgot zach was not a fan of flowy's. magnaflows will sound good too.

hammering out some good little things man
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You must have missed the part where he said he won't use anything but Magnaflow

A+ for effort though
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And you have too much time on your hands for finding all that. lol
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yea, i was bored... lol
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