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Old 04-15-2013, 08:31 PM   #1
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okay so i have BBK Chrome Long Tube Headers, BBK Catted X-Pipe, BBK Off-Road X-Pipe and i have the Borla atak and the borla touring i want to see what setup i will like the best

but there only one issue when i turn my car on from a cold start it makes a noise between the rpms of 600-1000 and i dont know how to explain it and it wasnt making that noise before

im still on stock exhaust
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okay so i have BBK Chrome Long Tube Headers, BBK Catted X-Pipe, BBK Off-Road X-Pipe and i have the Borla atak and the borla touring i want to see what setup i will like the best

but there only one issue when i turn my car on from a cold start it makes a noise between the rpms of 600-1000 and i dont know how to explain it and it wasnt making that noise before
Axle back exhaust hanger
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What do you mean?
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What do you mean?
It could possibly be rubbing metal to metal on one of the exhaust hangers.

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It could possibly be rubbing metal to metal on one of the exhaust hangers.
Is it a high pitch squeak or a nocking sound?
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i still have my stock exhaust on and its a high pitch squeak nosie from the engine

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i still have my stock exhaust on and its a high pitch squeak nosie from the engine
i still havent change my exhaust
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i still have my stock exhaust on and its a high pitch squeak nosie from the engine

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i still havent change my exhaust
Ahhh ok. R u in a cold climate? It could possibly be a cold belt
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What do you mean?
I was thinkin you had changed your exhaust, but you haven't so that wouldn't be it.
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Ahhh ok. R u in a cold climate? It could possibly be a cold belt
Well I'm down in houston tx Weather has been cold and hot
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I was thinkin you had changed your exhaust, but you haven't so that wouldn't be it.[/QUOTE]

What wouldn't be it?
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I was thinkin you had changed your exhaust, but you haven't so that wouldn't be it.
What wouldn't be it?

you said cold belt?
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What wouldn't be it?

you said cold belt?
Possibly. I would just take it to your local dealer and let them deal with it
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Possibly. I would just take it to your local dealer and let them deal with it
what did you mean it couldn't be that?
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what did you mean it couldn't be that?
The exhaust hangers
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oh okay and the cold belt? its coming from the engine bay
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oh okay and the cold belt? its coming from the engine bay
Engine belt may be squeaking due to the cold.
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Engine belt may be squeaking due to the cold.
can that be fixes? and can i ask you something else?
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can that be fixes? and can i ask you something else?
Sure
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i was watching your video on you tube when your inside you car and when you turn on your car, your gauges all light up and go to 0-160 and your rpms 0-9 mine used to do that but it doesn't any more
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i was watching your video on you tube when your inside you car and when you turn on your car, your gauges all light up and go to 0-160 and your rpms 0-9 mine used to do that but it doesn't any more
Weird
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Weird
Is anything I can do?
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Is anything I can do?
IMHO, I think you should take to a dealer both for the noise & to check the electronics. Have you tuned your car recently?
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IMHO, I think you should take to a dealer both for the noise & to check the electronics. Have you tuned your car recently?
No I haven't change anything because of those reason
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i got a video now the whining noise you have to listen carefully

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