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They have the same dimensions as magnaflow magnapacks, but are 2" shorter. Very free flowing, and stainless. I have them on my car, and with a prochamber (i'm supercharged) there is absolutely none of that 2500-3000 rpm rasp.
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So your running a muffler as well?

No, just these welded in place of my old magnaflow mufflers. I gave them a shot because they are almost an exact knock off of magnapacks, but 2" shorter.


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No, just these welded in place of my old magnaflow mufflers. I gave them a shot because they are almost an exact knock off of magnapacks, but 2" shorter.
do you have any exhaust videos? i cant beleive how cheap those things are too i wonder if they flow enough to support over 900HP? that my biggest concern is matching the flow with what im putting down.


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The pic shows them as being straight through. So, yes they will NOT be a restriction.

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do you have any exhaust videos? i cant beleive how cheap those things are too i wonder if they flow enough to support over 900HP? that my biggest concern is matching the flow with what im putting down.

They are straight through, at 2.5" so I don't see them ever being a restriction.

This is the only video I have, unfortunately. This was with an x pipe, and I have since switched to a prochamber and the rasp is gone. Also go my spoiler painted lol


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They are straight through, at 2.5" so I don't see them ever being a restriction.

This is the only video I have, unfortunately. This was with an x pipe, and I have since switched to a prochamber and the rasp is gone. Also go my spoiler painted lol

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Im highly considering these however in your case the pro chambered mid pipe might help reduce the rasp in your case. Thanks for the input.


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Im highly considering these however in your case the pro chambered mid pipe might help reduce the rasp in your case. Thanks for the input.


Anytime, man. They're really a nice piece being stainless. I've had them on for over a year, and they still look new. They are made in Adamsville, Tn so I actually got to see the facility where they are produced.


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Anytime, man. They're really a nice piece being stainless. I've had them on for over a year, and they still look new. They are made in Adamsville, Tn so I actually got to see the facility where they are produced.

Im about 45 minutes away from Gatlingburg TN so it should not take long to get to me. I just ordered a set of them well see how they sound Thanks.


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Parts are trickling In still to wrap up the front end. We're painting the fog light bezels and even the grill inserts it's going to look great.

I did my first wot pull last night and at 15psi I can feel big changes coming to the dyno on these new cams. The car pulls harder and faster then it did prior to the cam swap.

As soon as the exhaust parts arrive I'll get them welded up and jnstalled. Should be at the dyno in a couple weeks if that.


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Well...where's the video of the 15psi pull??

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Well...where's the video of the 15psi pull??
I will have something soon fro the Dyno Perhaps this Friday i may see if its available for my 93 pull. on 93 octane i would like to make over 600 RWHP on pump gas at minimum on a street able lower boost tune. On E-85 I am looking for the Gold somewhere up to 25-27 PSI is where i will be taking her going all out.

I got the Resonators in today then broke out the welder tonight and got them installed. I made a good choice based off all the decisions I was offered. For me the sound is perfect, the RASP is completely gone and it sounds like a bad ass muscle car.

I also did a little maintenance swapping out the door actuators and such for fresh ones to keep the car like new.





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I will have something soon fro the Dyno Perhaps this Friday i may see if its available for my 93 pull. on 93 octane i would like to make over 600 RWHP on pump gas at minimum on a street able lower boost tune. On E-85 I am looking for the Gold somewhere up to 25-27 PSI is where i will be taking her going all out.

I got the Resonators in today then broke out the welder tonight and got them installed. I made a good choice based off all the decisions I was offered. For me the sound is perfect, the RASP is completely gone and it sounds like a bad ass muscle car.

I also did a little maintenance swapping out the door actuators and such for fresh ones to keep the car like new.




Glad to hear those resonators worked out to your liking!

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Yes thanks they sound good, tomorrow evening i will finish up the exhaust since I liked the sound. and build my new brackets to stabilize the exhaust.


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Had a really good night in the Garage, Ive been hesitant to go WOT because the exhaust has been hitting the bottom of the car and i didn't want to break anything sooo...I rented a lift today and inspected the car while the suspension was loaded and sure as hell the Drive shaft loop was the suspect. For one it was not centered on the Driveshaft and when the suspension was loaded the DS would occasionally hit the DS safety loop causing a small vibration i have been chasing for a very long time which you would never see without the car being totally loaded properly on all corners. The rattle that ended up being the pipe hitting the bottom hoop on the Drive shaft loop. Since the loop was welded on i had to completely cut it off because the bottom loop was welded on way to low. Since I welded the exhaust back on higher then it was before to allow more clearance it was the loop that had to go Plus it was not centered. I ordered another Safety loop ill install when it comes in.

I also decided i like that lift so much I am buying one to install in my garage this winter as soon as I finish vaulting the ceiling in my current garage to make room for the extra height the lift will require. Im buying the kind you drive on and you can lift up the car and store another one under it.

Anyhow everything is at 100% now after my test drive tonight so ITS DYNO TIME FOR 93 octane.... As soon as i can rent the dyno to make a few pulls on 93 ill get the Race tune done on E-85 which we already started and go back for some 25-27 PSI numbers. I would like to see about 600 RWHP not locking up on 93 then when i finish both tunes and dynos ill go back and lockup the converter to see how the numbers change.


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Well...where's the video of the 15psi pull??
14PSI on 93 tomorrow Ill play around with the BC and get it turned back up to 17-18 on 93 and do another pull.

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Still waiting for numbers . If they are better then I'm thinking I'll stick with 2v heads. If not. Well, its time for something new.


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Still waiting for numbers . If they are better then I'm thinking I'll stick with 2v heads. If not. Well, its time for something new.
me too, I ended up with the FLU and threw everything off a week. I should finish tuning next week and hope to be on the dyno Friday for some new numbers. It does look like I have lost some PSI maybe around 2 so ill hae to make a few adjustments to the boost controller to get back up to the same PSI i was at before.


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14PSI on 93 tomorrow Ill play around with the BC and get it turned back up to 17-18 on 93 and do another pull.

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Probably a dumb question Pate, but it caught my attention. Is there actually a light on the edge of the gauge following the needle? Or is that just the camera picking up the reflection on the bezel?

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Probably a dumb question Pate, but it caught my attention. Is there actually a light on the edge of the gauge following the needle? Or is that just the camera picking up the reflection on the bezel?
Your talking about the flashing red light on my center gauge Pod? that is a LED light that I have wired in to blink when my other two fuel pumps activate under boost. Unless Im seing 4 PSI it wont come on.


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Your talking about the flashing red light on my center gauge Pod? that is a LED light that I have wired in to blink when my other two fuel pumps activate under boost. Unless Im seing 4 PSI it wont come on.
No i mean on your gauge cluster. In the video it looks like a red light chasing the tach and speedo on the outter edge at the end of the needle. Probably just the reflection from the recess in the bezel due to the lights being so bright come to think of it.

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