Can you give me some sense as to how much louder it is compared to stock?fxfan said:Just did the exhaust on my '45, sounds awesome, feels stronger- hoping to do some 0-60 runs soon to see if I really got anything "statistically significant" out of it...
I had noticed the flange after the Y pipe comes out 2.75" then chokes quickly down to 2.5" before the resonator. It's really a simple run for an exhaust shop- cut right before the choke down and 3" slides right over that pipe, a couple slight bends to get over the cross member, do a straight-through 3" resonator in the same place as the old one- then just weld together mandrells to make that zig-zag 90 degree corner into a muffler of the same style. I used a Dynomax Welded (Ultraflo) 17227- takes the 3" in and puts 2.5" out- which made it really easy to use the stock exhaust tips! (I like the tips and like that fact that it still looks stock! Note that because stock, one has a shorter run to the tip, and had to be lengthened just a little bit- easy for the muffler shop).
That's it- cheap, sounds awesome (I did use a full 18" resonator), and feels stronger- and will be ready to take all of the increases when we get some ECU upgrades!
I've followed the entire thread and the support they have in Taiwan is awesome. Of course, "doing" and "talking" go hand-in-hand while success follows enthusiasm and commitment.PINITI-FX said:Have you guys seen how those in Taiwan are not afraid to experiment a little? (about 1/2 way down) http://www.infinitifx.org/phpBB2/viewto ... sc&start=0 ...Kinda Funky, but they're doing, not talking. 8) Slick!