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Old 08-08-2013, 01:24 AM   #1
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Alright so I finally yesterday got my Lethal off road H pipe and midpoint from another user who gave me an awesome deal... I already had magnaflow street catback installed... Now all I need is headers and exhaust will be done... Anyways the sound at first was very different... I wasn't use to it so didn't think I like it...

A day later it's growing on me... It's loud and V 8 ish... But that's not what I'm going for... But if you are looking for it it's a good set up... Just a little higher pitch then the v 8... V 8 has the low rumble..

Video when I wake up around noon of you're interested...

And we also turned on the car only headers and woah was that thing loud!!!! And I only got up to around 2K...

But I feel the power in the mods I've done with everything along with a bama tune... Ill run 93 performance in the next few days to see how it feels...
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Have you decided that you like the exhaust or is it still growing on you? I'm definitely interested in hearing a video clip when you have a chance to post one!

I also suggest uploading the Bama Race tune. The Race tune will really help you feel the power increase!

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Yeah id definitely like to see a vid since i was interested in an Hpipe

What are your plans when you're due for inspection since it's catless?
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Alright so I finally yesterday got my Lethal off road H pipe and midpoint from another user who gave me an awesome deal... I already had magnaflow street catback installed... Now all I need is headers and exhaust will be done... Anyways the sound at first was very different... I wasn't use to it so didn't think I like it...

A day later it's growing on me... It's loud and V 8 ish... But that's not what I'm going for... But if you are looking for it it's a good set up... Just a little higher pitch then the v 8... V 8 has the low rumble..

Video when I wake up around noon of you're interested...

And we also turned on the car only headers and woah was that thing loud!!!! And I only got up to around 2K...

But I feel the power in the mods I've done with everything along with a bama tune... Ill run 93 performance in the next few days to see how it feels...
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Alright so I finally yesterday got my Lethal off road H pipe and midpoint from another user who gave me an awesome deal... I already had magnaflow street catback installed... Now all I need is headers and exhaust will be done... Anyways the sound at first was very different... I wasn't use to it so didn't think I like it...

A day later it's growing on me... It's loud and V 8 ish... But that's not what I'm going for... But if you are looking for it it's a good set up... Just a little higher pitch then the v 8... V 8 has the low rumble..

Video when I wake up around noon of you're interested...

And we also turned on the car only headers and woah was that thing loud!!!! And I only got up to around 2K...

But I feel the power in the mods I've done with everything along with a bama tune... Ill run 93 performance in the next few days to see how it feels...
haha I'm glad the o/r pipes are growin on you. not too raspy like I said.
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+1 on the video can't wait to hear it.
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Old 08-08-2013, 12:27 PM   #8
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It def is growing in me... It's loud... Loud as in if I'm WoT or 4 k on street some car alarms go off... When inspection comes around idk it's five years from now lol... I kept my stock x pipe but idk I might sell it... Idk how NJ checks emissions but if worse comes to worse I know a guy... Ill leave it at that...

Thanks Cali!!!

If you guys want to see what my car sounded with only magnaflow catback here it is

http://youtu.be/9nljZ2SAxwI

Right now I'm using 87 but on the last quarter tank... Ill throw in some 93 later today and see how it feels with the race tune... Hope you guys enjoy and hope this helps with any decisions
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Looks and sounds awesome!!!! Your pipes seem close to your bumper?
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Looks and sounds awesome!!!! Your pipes seem close to your bumper?
They are idk if everyone else has that same fitment... It sucks that is so close but I've driven it hard plenty of times since installed and no melting even in the summer heat so I should be fine.... It's almost touching but not touching
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Love the sound man...I think our sixers sound more like some badass euro cars. We cant get the v8 sound, but who gives a f***, we still sound beast.

This makes me even more anxious to get my headers/midpipe/tune.
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They are idk if everyone else has that same fitment... It sucks that is so close but I've driven it hard plenty of times since installed and no melting even in the summer heat so I should be fine.... It's almost touching but not touching
Well good thing they're not touching!! Lol. 😎

I had a problem with mine but sounds brutal but I just stepped on them and at the clamp it moved them down. 😳

(Don't suggest to do that tho) lol. I was just curious. 😜

If they're not touching no need to fix. 😁
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What is a lethal midpipe?
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What is a lethal midpipe?
Top is the lethal H pipe the bottom is the xpipe compared to stock. Both cattless. Obviously.lol
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Lethal is the brand
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Top is the lethal H pipe the bottom is the xpipe compared to stock. Both cattless. Obviously.lol
So what makes it lethal? Is that a brand name or something? Lol I'm confused

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Ok well ignore the post before this lol. Thanks
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Lethal is the brand

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So what makes it lethal? Is that a brand name or something? Lol I'm confused

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Ok well ignore the post before this lol. Thanks
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They are idk if everyone else has that same fitment... It sucks that is so close but I've driven it hard plenty of times since installed and no melting even in the summer heat so I should be fine.... It's almost touching but not touching
My Magnaflow Street Catback fitment is the same way. The drivers side fits perfect, but the passenger side is close. I drove from December-June with the passenger muffler tip barely touching the bumper cover, and it didn't cause any burn damage. Though I wasn't particularly happy about the fitment so I muscled it around a bit, and now I have a little over 1/4" clearance which makes me more comfortable.
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My Magnaflow Street Catback fitment is the same way. The drivers side fits perfect, but the passenger side is close. I drove from December-June with the passenger muffler tip barely touching the bumper cover, and it didn't cause any burn damage. Though I wasn't particularly happy about the fitment so I muscled it around a bit, and now I have a little over 1/4" clearance which makes me more comfortable.
I fixed it... Apparently hand strength isn't enough... I went back to my mechanics to tighten up my mid pipe and I told him about the axle back... He loosened it told me to hold it where I wanted it and tightened it with the impact tool... It's perfect now
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