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Old 09-19-2012, 09:12 PM   #36
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I know, I'm working on it! Trust me , and I agree with the turbo thing!

Thanks I'm going to walmart tomorrow
walmart and? and? and?. lol
dont mind me man. im just trying to motivate. haha
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Old 09-19-2012, 09:14 PM   #37
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I don't know of anywhere else that hiring, I might do some asking though.

Trust me I don't mind, motivation is a good thing
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Old 09-19-2012, 09:20 PM   #38
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even if they are not hiring. just ask to fill out an app. then if they decide to hire soon, they will have you on file. i am a welder by trade. so when i hunt i find any building that is large, and go for it.

all right though. just trying to give you some tips. but i dont want to clutterour thread with off topic. but good luck. good things happen to little boys that are patient. lol
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Old 09-19-2012, 09:28 PM   #39
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yes they, but what about us not so little boys? lol
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Old 12-09-2012, 02:52 PM   #40
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OK so.....

I hate admit this but the side exhaust didn't work, I bummed about it but I don't think I'm done with this subject lol. It hung way to low and the tips were scraping alot under normal driving, so for now I have it "dumped" after the muffler

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Old 12-10-2012, 07:09 PM   #41
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I hate admit this but the side exhaust didn't work, I bummed about it but I don't think I'm done with this subject lol. It hung way to low and the tips were scraping alot under normal driving, so for now I have it "dumped" after the muffler
A lot of people with side exhaust use the flat rectangular shaped tips.
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Old 12-10-2012, 07:56 PM   #42
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A lot of people with side exhaust use the flat rectangular shaped tips.
I thought about doing that I might look into it Thanks!
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I thought about doing that I might look into it Thanks!
no problem man. i hate to say this out loud but chevy has some tips like that that would work good.
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no problem man. i hate to say this out loud but chevy has some tips like that that would work good.
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Something like these. But I would try and find the skinniest you could get and tuck them tight.
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Something like these. But I would try and find the skinniest you could get and tuck them tight.
Or these. This is what I considered using when I was thinking about doing it.
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no problem man. i hate to say this out loud but chevy has some tips like that that would work good.
Those are what popped in my mind lol

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Something like these. But I would try and find the skinniest you could get and tuck them tight.
OK cool I might do one out each side
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Or these. This is what I considered using when I was thinking about doing it.
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Or these. This is what I considered using when I was thinking about doing it.
Those are pretty thick though eh? I would try to find some around 1-1 1/2". As long as they are wide they should still flow plent of exhaust, especially for his 4 banger.
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Those are pretty thick though eh? I would try to find some around 1-1 1/2". As long as they are wide they should still flow plent of exhaust, especially for his 4 banger.
True, these are the factory replacements. Might work a little better for clearance.
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