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  • #2801
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    Here is a second home built twin 3 inch stainless exhaust system

    I had never built a exhaust before and this was my first attempt, honestly it isn’t that hard, a lot of work but not overly difficult

    I went of a 10 inch long merge I designed my self, and it works a treat

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    Looks tidy mate, how’s it sound?

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    Yeah sounds good, the varex mufflers don’t sound as good as the magna flow one I did have on, but the varex ones serve a good purpose of trying to shut it up when need be

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    And I carnt weld for shit but don’t care, serves it’s purpose and works well, I just don’t let boiler makers look at it lol

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    Haha, I’m impressed anyway. Always thought the varex are a good idea for when you need it quiet.

    I’ve got a couple Magnaflows on my VU, best sounding mufflers I’ve had on an LS.

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    How do you remove extractors if need be?

    munch munch ls1s for lunch
    Best 1/4 mile 13.1@105mph 60ft-1.8sec Reaction time .8 sec 0/100-4.8sec

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    How do you remove extractors if need be?

    I have a hoist

    they are easy to get out, passenger side if every thing is removed still can be done from the top but I dont do that I just remove them from under neath, nothing has to be removed at all they just come out

    and drivers side I just undo engine mount jack it up about 20-30mm and they come out easly as well

    There is one major advantage not having a flange there and that is my car is low, very low if you see my thread, and I still have 90mm ground clearance under extractors, extractors and mid mufflers are the same ground clearance

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