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Old 04-07-2013, 12:23 AM   #36
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This is the best picture I have of the prochamber right now, ill get it up on the lift next week and take some better pictures.

You can see the two little flow 10's tucked in there as well
What kind of tips are those?

This is probably a noob question, but do tail pipes versus turndowns/dumps affect the sound?
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What kind of tips are those?

This is probably a noob question, but do tail pipes versus turndowns/dumps affect the sound?
3" x 18" with a rolled lip. Turndowns cause the sound to reverb off the ground and makes the sound a little louder in a closer vicinity to the car. Running them out the back projects the sound further directionally. Dumping the exhaust causes excessive cabin noise, it drove me nuts.
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Is there a way to get that sound , with cats ?

I have to have cats to pass inspection .
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3" x 18" with a rolled lip. Turndowns cause the sound to reverb off the ground and makes the sound a little louder in a closer vicinity to the car. Running them out the back projects the sound further directionally. Dumping the exhaust causes excessive cabin noise, it drove me nuts.
I like the rumble with turn downs, and a good deal of sound deadening and things have been/are being removed from my car so its not quiet inside the cabin anyhow.. plus I can rarely hear over my stereo lol

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Is there a way to get that sound , with cats ?

I have to have cats to pass inspection .
I'm sure you can get it with cats just a tad quieter, there's a guy on youtube borrmagilicutty or something that has flow tens divorce duals with cats on his 97, ill try to find the vid tonight and link it to you.. it sounds awesome
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I like the rumble with turn downs, and a good deal of sound deadening and things have been/are being removed from my car so its not quiet inside the cabin anyhow.. plus I can rarely hear over my stereo lol

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I'm sure you can get it with cats just a tad quieter, there's a guy on youtube borrmagilicutty or something that has flow tens divorce duals with cats on his 97, ill try to find the vid tonight and link it to you.. it sounds awesome
He goes by robb1555 on this site. He has mac longtubes, high flow cats, mac prochamber and flow 10's
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Ill look him up .

Or if you can post that YouTube link .
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Old 04-07-2013, 05:13 PM   #43
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He goes by robb1555 on this site. He has mac longtubes, high flow cats, mac prochamber and flow 10's
Yeah, that's his new setup, the vid I saw was older, all it was was divorce duals, stock cats, and flow 10s.

I took my tail pipes off today and dumped the mufflers right before the axle, it sounds awesome
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That sounds badass .

What all would i have to get to do that ?
I have true duals now , trying to keep that , an i have to keep my cats .
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That sounds badass .

What all would i have to get to do that ?
I have true duals now , trying to keep that , an i have to keep my cats .
He's got long tube headers, Mac ProChamber, Flowmaster 10's, and I think he's got flowmaster tail pipes.

Or are you talking about dumping the mufflers? My tail pipes were clamped into the mufflers, all I did was unbolt them, put a jack under the mufflers so I had enough room to pull the pipes out and took them off. There's a ton of drone/rumble in the cabin, but I like that so that's up to you.
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Just wanted to know his set up .

Thanks .
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Just wanted to know his set up .

Thanks .
no problem man. just know, you'll have to get rid of your cats to do the same setup. you could have your exhaust fabricated with the cats on a midsection that you could unbolt the prochamber and bolt the cats in for inspection.
One of the only things I like about the podunk town I live in is no vehicle inspections or emissions testing unless you have a one off custom car you made.
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Lucky .

I wish i didnt have to pass inspection .
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Lucky .

I wish i didnt have to pass inspection .
I'm hoping they don't go through with their plans to make inspections mandatory..

I've still got cats and sensors in my car but they're going to be bye bye soon
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Haha .

Yeaah , it sucks *** .

My fiancé has a Honda accord ,
An it passes inspection with straight pipes an just one cat , but on any car here you have to have atleast cats on it .
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Haha .

Yeaah , it sucks *** .

My fiancé has a Honda accord ,
An it passes inspection with straight pipes an just one cat , but on any car here you have to have atleast cats on it .
yeah, hondas are pretty clean engines tho.
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I dont know much about Hondas , besides they last forever . Aha .
Ill stick with my mustang .

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Yesterday i brought y transmission to the shop , should find out today what is wrong with it , an how costly itll be .
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I dont know much about Hondas , besides they last forever . Aha .
Ill stick with my mustang .

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Yesterday i brought y transmission to the shop , should find out today what is wrong with it , an how costly itll be .
Right on, let us know what's up. Its definately better to be safe than sorry with a vehicle.

And I don't know a ton about hondas, but there's really not much to know about them, they're easy as hell to work on, and for how light they are 200 hp is a lot in them lol
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Will do .

An true that .
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So my transmission is completely messed up .

Fourth gear is gone . The input shaft needs to be replaced , some other shaft needs to be replaced . The bearings need replacing . Its crazy . Here ill post a picture .
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So my transmission is completely messed up .

Fourth gear is gone . The input shaft needs to be replaced , some other shaft needs to be replaced . The bearings need replacing . Its crazy . Here ill post a picture .
Dang man, that sucks.. its good you caught it in time though. Are you having that trans rebuilt or putting a different one in?
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The shop i brought it to is pricing out how much itll cost to rebuild it , an how much itll cost to buy a new one .
He said if i rebuild it , it comes with a 12 month warranty . If i buy a new one it comes with a 3 year / 50,000 mile warranty .
Plus he is letting me make payments since i dont have much money .
But he said he thinks itll cost about 1200 to 1300 to rebuild it .
Idk how much a new one will cost , he said he didn't even know .
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The shop i brought it to is pricing out how much itll cost to rebuild it , an how much itll cost to buy a new one .
He said if i rebuild it , it comes with a 12 month warranty . If i buy a new one it comes with a 3 year / 50,000 mile warranty .
Plus he is letting me make payments since i dont have much money .
But he said he thinks itll cost about 1200 to 1300 to rebuild it .
Idk how much a new one will cost , he said he didn't even know .
dude, id look into getting a used one on craigslist or picknpull for around 400 or less. the picknpull by me is like 150 for a trans.

ford racing rebuild kits are about 275 for a t4-t45 and they're fairly simple transmissions to rebuild if you have decent mechanical knowledge..

Id pick up a cheap used trans for the time being and a rebuild kit and rebuild the original one, that way you know you have a basically brand new trans going in, and you gained that knowledge of rebuilding your own transmission
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dude, id look into getting a used one on craigslist or picknpull for around 400 or less. the picknpull by me is like 150 for a trans.

ford racing rebuild kits are about 275 for a t4-t45 and they're fairly simple transmissions to rebuild if you have decent mechanical knowledge..

Id pick up a cheap used trans for the time being and a rebuild kit and rebuild the original one, that way you know you have a basically brand new trans going in, and you gained that knowledge of rebuilding your own transmission
Also, if he's trying to sell you a used transmission, 90 day guarantee or not for 1200-up, turn around and walk out.. you can get a tko500 which can more than handle anything you can throw at it from a v6 for 2250.
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Ill look into it .
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Any word on your trans man?
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To rebuild mine it'll be $1392 , he was suppose to look into something else , I have to call him today .
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To rebuild mine it'll be $1392 , he was suppose to look into something else , I have to call him today .
what state and city you in? let me do some checking for you.
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Like stated above look for a used one. You can get get one for a 1/4th of the price he's rebuilding you'res for
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Like stated above look for a used one. You can get get one for a 1/4th of the price he's rebuilding you'res for
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Ill get online when I get back home and see what I can find for you bro.
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Alright , appreciate it man .
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http://charlotte.craigslist.org/sear...inAsk=&maxAsk=

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http://charlotte.craigslist.org/pts/3694068541.html

There's quite a few used 5 speeds for sale in the charlotte area under 500. I'm not 100% positive so if anyone else can chime in, but a trans from a 99-04 should work as well.
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