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Old 04-06-2013, 12:02 PM   #1
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Underdrive pulleys VS long tube headers

Alright guys I'm wondering what should I do for my next mod and what will give me the most bang for my buck
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Alright guys I'm wondering what should I do for my next mod and what will give me the most bang for my buck
Nothing to even think about man, long tubes are the best bang for the buck by FAR out of the two!
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I wouldn't even do pulleys. Save that for after you get a blower.
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I wouldn't even do pulleys. Save that for after you get a blower.
You don't run UD Pullies with a blower.
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You don't run UD Pullies with a blower.
That's is correct,sir. I just read pulleys and jumped the gun.
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yeah LTs no doubt over UD pullies, a little bit money more but its worth it
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Alright how's MAC long tubes, don't want to spend more than $500
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my lil bro just ordered some mac l/t's yesterday with mac shorty off road x. he should recieve it during the week
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I love my MAC LTs and Prochamber then SLP out of stock tail pipes.


old set up the same, but with original 40 series flowmasters.


Now I love ceramic coated, but dont' think its worth the price...just my opinion.
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Alright guys I'm wondering what should I do for my next mod and what will give me the most bang for my buck
Don't do pulleys .
Waste of money .

Pulleys - Mainly Looks, Alternator Issues, etc.

Longtubes - looks sick under the hood, Better Sound , More HP & TQ , Etc.
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Alright guys looks like I'm going with the MAC long tube headers
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Alright guys looks like I'm going with the MAC long tube headers
Remember you have to get a shorty mid pipe. I don't know if I missed someone mentioning that or not
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Loooongtubes!
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Yeah I know, I have to get rid of mine now. Getting a custom made off road x pipe. AM has te MACs on sale for $400 wright now
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