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Old 08-14-2017, 08:12 PM   #36
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Well I got it on! The O2 extensions delivered today and I went straight down to the garage.

The driver side sensor was VERY close to not being long enough. The passenger is perfect. I will be looking to see if I can find any extensions longer than 18" or a longer wire on an O2 sensor itself.

The mid pipe lines up pretty well. Little wiggles here and there. That video above helped out watching it before I lined everything up. I also bought a new gasket for the passenger side upstream flange.

ADVICE: If you have access to a lift and all the right tools and products.. Definitely do that. I have access however I'm glad I didn't use it because of the amount of days it took me to do this. I didn't want to tie up the lift for days.

So after loading the tune and starting it up I can say it is MUCH louder and I'm not sure if I like it or not. I am going to drive it in the morning to and from work. Possibly take it for a cruise to see if it is for me. God I hope after all this I end up liking it. But like I said earlier I have backup ideas if this isn't for me.

I'll upload a video tomorrow when I get up (wife is not going to be happy when I start that up at 6AM haha) and hopefully people can get an idea of what that combo sounds like.

Any questions just ask. I still have a few for myself as you guys can tell..
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I'm looking forward to a sound clip.

I tried to send you a message, but I think your inbox is full.
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Old 08-15-2017, 07:34 PM   #38
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Did you ever get a sound clip, or has the car been impounded? Lol
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Salsa must have gotten arrested for a noise violation. Hmmmm
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Old 08-16-2017, 10:33 AM   #40
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Haha no Revvv I'm going to have my buddy at work take a video so I can upload it. I've been working like an animal these last 2 days. I didn't forget about you guys

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Although I've been taking the alternate roads to get to work so I don't pass any police stations.
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Old 08-16-2017, 10:46 AM   #41
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Haha no Revvv I'm going to have my buddy at work take a video so I can upload it. I've been working like an animal these last 2 days. I didn't forget about you guys

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Although I've been taking the alternate roads to get to work so I don't pass any police stations.
I have to admit, I love GA. Even though my little town has a noise violation in place, they are relaxed when it comes to most vehicles.
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I have the stock midpipe and I was able to get to it with either a 8" or 10" crescent wrench without removing the pipe...but it did take a little patience as I could only twist it a little at a time. That was the second time I removed it, the first time I removed the transmission so it was easier to remove the midpipe first. I also had to deal with breaking loose the QuickSteel the previous owner put on because he stripped the threads

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Old 08-17-2017, 10:50 AM   #43
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Just a small update haha
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That's my neighbor.. We are good friends and luckily he's a gear head and likes an alarm clock like that.
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Too funny
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Just a small update haha
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That's my neighbor.. We are good friends and luckily he's a gear head and likes an alarm clock like that.
Luckily lol. But be careful, if you live in a neighborhood and your car is legit too loud you might get reported. I know from having a small child when someone drove by at night or morning or wherever and shook the windows and it woke her up I was pretty pissed. Never called the cops or anything but ppl do it.


If you are worried about it being too loud grab a UPR catted pipe and call it good. Keeps you from getting in trouble with the inspectors or a cop having a real bad day.
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