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03-21-2005 09:54 PM
snow4_1man Awesome work saabkid37, good idea with the flex pipe. Looks awesome though, you did a nice job, if i needed one for my car i would buy off you. Can you make me a THrottle body intake pipe?
03-21-2005 09:48 PM
saabkid37 interested in a 3 inch in/out straight through dynomax muffler to compliment that? i have a brand new one up for grabs!

03-21-2005 09:38 PM
3" stainless downpipe built today, rest to come tomorro

To all of those nay-sayers out there who claim you can't build your own for less money than some of the tuners are selling theirs for - here is picture evidence.

This is 304 mandrel bent 3" stainless tubing, fully TIG welded. The flange, the cat, and the O2 sensor bungs are also stainless.

Cost? Let me just say that all of my materials including the shipping costs did not surpass $200.

Following the downpipe is a nice big flex-pipe, then a resonator, and then 3" pipe leading to a 2.5" reducer located right where the back end of the stock resonator would be (right before that elbow).
Should have some more pictures up tomorrow.

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