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Old 07-08-2016, 06:57 AM   #1
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Heart Throb Axel Back ???

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Does anyone know if the Heart Throb Axel Back Muffler Delete Exhaust will throw a CEL Code ?
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Nope.
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There is an exhaust called "heart throb"? Might as well make one called pink teddy bears and unicorns.
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No axle back or cat back will throw a code. Only when you start doing more extensive exhaust work like removing cats or changing headers
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I have heartthrob H pipe and OAP with GT500 muffler. I wouldn't expect the greatest quality and fitment but a muffler delete is pretty simple.

It won't throw any codes, I've ran mine with no muffler at all just for fun, here's a clip. The muffler delete kit will probably sound similar to this. (mine has resonator delete too).
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Good to know it wont throw a code. Picking up the set of Heart Throb Axle Backs after work tomorrow. Found them on Craigslist for $100 so I'll use them till I get around to a Full Exhaust set up.
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That's a good deal. I picked up my OAP and H pipe on ebay. Really good deal lol
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What is a OAP ???
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Over axle pipe is my guess.
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yes, over axle pipe. Kinda pointless to get an X or H pipe and still have the stock OAP between the mid pipe and muffler lol
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yes, over axle pipe. Kinda pointless to get an X or H pipe and still have the stock OAP between the mid pipe and muffler lol
Not really pointless, over axle pipes have your resonators in them, if you remove them your exhaust could get raspier/louder depending on what axle back you're running. And you don't really gain any power from swapping anything in the exhaust after the cats, maybe a few horses but nothing you can feel that much. Once you touch the cats and headers is when you start to feel power
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Not really looking for power yet. I just want it louder for now. Something to make due till I buy everything (Super Charger, Headers, etc.) Once I have everything I'll install it all at once so I don't have to change tunes every time. That's probably a year away so just making it louder for now.
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Got the Heart Throbs today. Missing 1 Clamp so hoping my stock one will work. It Kind of looks the same. Putting them on tomorrow.
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