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Old 12-19-2009, 09:09 PM   #21
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so, in theory, I could just get a custom mid-pipe and aleviate on the other mods, no?
sure. there used to be a company that made a mid-pipe for the 07 that all u had to do was weld it on...but i dont believe that u can find them anymore.

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I think that may be easier. A dude was talking about how an exhaust shop could do it for a fairly low cost. I appreciate all the ideas though, I atleast have options now
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Old 12-19-2009, 09:15 PM   #23
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No offense dude but Im willing to bet that if u do it your way and let an exhaust shop do it (unless it's jimco) it's gonna look like . My way is cleaner
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touche!
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Let's see drill 9 holes weld an exhuast bung swedge the back of the pipe and slide on new pipe. Vs take off headers cut off cat make y pipe, get it bent to the right angle the find a slip on that fits
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I see. I see. you don't make the former sound easy though! So, does removing the cat have any noticable added power advantages?
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I see. I see. you don't make the former sound easy though! So, does removing the cat have any noticable added power advantages?
Yes...a noticable difference...especially top end. If it's tuned properly then u will see even more
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I see. I see. you don't make the former sound easy though! So, does removing the cat have any noticable added power advantages?
Once you know how to do it's easy as pie.
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Good! We need something that helps power under 6 grand!
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Good! We need something that helps power under 6 grand!
Hhahahahha yea the r6 is slow as under 6k
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Hhahahahha yea the r6 is slow as under 6k


the only thing that will really help with that is gearing.

Which reminds me...chris order me a front sprocket

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I wonder if changing the cams would help solve that problem. Haahaha u just refreshed my memory on the big bore kit for em
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Whaaaat size duuuude???? I may have a smaller sprocket at the shop already
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i have a small one too
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i have a small one too


no body wants to know about the small thing in ur pants
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Whaaaat size duuuude???? I may have a smaller sprocket at the shop already
I'm down for whatever. Just need a little more power on the low side
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I'm down for whatever. Just need a little more power on the low side

Aight foo. I'll look in the morning
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