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|10-23-2010 04:28 PM|
|gmal||ahahahahaha dnt worry about it its fine ahahah|
|10-21-2010 04:55 PM|
ROFL, no, I don't sit that far back normally (it is for the vid), my head is actually to the right of and behind the head rest so as to not block the video. I also don't drive like that normally with my hands down low on the steering wheel and do the 'shuffle' to turn. Though you can see at 1:12 as I am tail sliding, I don't care as much about blocking the video as I do not crashing lol. I actually ended up using my right side mirror to as my rearview mirror lol. I had a glass/suction GPS mount on my left rear window and stuck my camera in that. The funny thing is as I was moving that to my PC and editing it, I was leaning right the whole time until I noticed lol.
|10-21-2010 04:46 PM|
Nice sound on that vid....
Do you always cruise sitting that far back? I must look like one of those old ladys you see with there face almost in the dash compared to you.
|10-21-2010 04:14 PM|
thanks, I put up a new video so you can hear it at idle (skip to 1:30)... though it is pretty quiet any time you aren't WOT.
Gmal, you have any videos inside your car? while driving? I think your video sounds a bit like mine, though maybe a bit louder since you only have 1 and I have two mufflers.
|10-21-2010 02:22 PM|
|gmal||wow your car sounds sick!|
|10-20-2010 07:49 PM|
|Pmig||damn after listening the that, makes me wish i got a 2.0T. but i do love the sound the 3.8 makes.|
|10-20-2010 07:40 PM|
pmig, yea, sorry, I thought gmal had a 2.0t. And assumed you had a 3.8 since you spoke of true dual exhaust and I never heard of a true dual i4 before, nor a true dual single turbo for that matter. Once you collect into a turbo, splitting isn't really benificial. But I feel I have enough lengh of midpie to scavenge and the split is more cosmetic than anything. I don't think it hurts my performance, but I know it isn't optimal.
I can confirm the muffler is a straight pipe with holes/louvers and it has FG sitting in the muffler can and then it has a "Y" split ine th end and comes out into two outlets.
|10-20-2010 07:19 PM|
oh ****, my bad. whatnot you have a 2.0T. ya you did yours the only way you could have. im sorry dude, it thought it was a 3.8. thats what i get for not reading your stuff lol. I am running a 3.8. ya im interested in how yours sounds. setup looks nice.
BTW, glasspack is a generalize term now. modern variations of the glasspacks use steel meshes inplace of fiberglass. there are several different types of those out on the market. fiberglass is just the cheapest.
i wonder what the GC would sound like with a nascar glasspack. haha. my friend had one on his vr-4 galant. it sounded hella good. and loud lol.
|10-20-2010 07:17 PM|
|gmal||whatnot ....i think your tips look good ...and i have about 3k on mine n i hear a little but of the rattle but only wehj im in like a parking garage .....n ik what your saying about the dual.....mine starts like 2.5 feet after cat.....n whatnot do you have a video ?|
|10-20-2010 07:12 PM|
I like the way yours sounds Gmal.
Whatnot, true dual means that there is a one outlet per exhaust manifold/header. we have 2 cats that go to a y-pipe in the cat back exhaust. you run a pipe for each side and run it straight back. get ride of your midpipe with the y's on both sides and run 2 pipes all the way back, one for each side. youll have a true dual exhaust then. for some reason that just came out in a mess. lol sorry.
|10-20-2010 07:06 PM|
I am still very happy with it though at 2500rpm +/-250 it can drone a bit. I though about maybe getting a resonator in there, but it isn't that bad yet, and it is only in that range which I am not in often enough. I would say the part I like the least is how far the tips stick out, but that isn't too bad either, it just isn't ideal IMO.
|10-20-2010 07:06 PM|
|gmal||yah ik what you mean ....do you like how m,ine sounds ?|
|10-20-2010 06:58 PM|
the performance side comes in at how less restrictive the system is and also the diameter of the piping. you cannot just slap any size dia on the exhaust. you have to retain a little bit of back pressure on the exhaust or you will lose low end torque. you will gain more hp tho at top end. you can build a setup that uses a valve at end that is closed at low rpm when you are needing the back pressure for the torque, and then the valve opens up to free up the pressure to allow more movement as the rpms increase. you get best of both worlds, but like i said, trial and error. not many cars have that exhaust system, but they are out there.
|10-20-2010 06:45 PM|
|gmal||i only put around 8k miles a year tho ......but when it goes ...=(.... what do you recomend i do ? put two glasspacks like you said, put a resonator where my glasspack is , put two mufflers where you want to put the glasspacks? does it sound different when you have further near the end of the car?|
|10-20-2010 06:36 PM|
|Pmig||probably not sadly enough. the exhaust temperature leaving the cat is probably over 1k F. you will toast the fiberglass lol. I am almost tempted to have a true dual exhaust made after the cats and have glasspacks at the tips instead of mufflers. sounded hella good on my tib.|
|10-20-2010 06:31 PM|
|gmal||well i put mine where the resonator is supposed to be ...like 2 feet away from cat =[ ahahahah ...think it will last more then a year?|
|10-20-2010 06:25 PM|
|Pmig||Honestly you can get all those aftermarket ones with lifetime warranty and all that stuff, but if you place glasspacks at the end of the exhaust it will last a long time. 7 years on my tib. I left the resonators on my tib and just welded gp inplace of mufflers. loved the way it sounded inside and out. it was actually one of the best sounding exhausts ive ever heard. low tone and not raspy. almost wanted to do that to my exhaust again. still thinking about it.|
|10-20-2010 06:20 PM|
|10-20-2010 06:06 PM|
|10-20-2010 06:02 PM|
honestly it depends on where the glasspack is placed. I had glasspack for 7 years on my tiburon before it was totaled out. I had the stock muffler cut and the y-pipes redone. I had in place of the muffle 2 glasspacks welded and then the stock tips welded onto those. the car had a nice low tone and the car sounded great all the way up the rpms. The difference is, it was placed all the way at the end of the exhaust. The temperatures are not hot enough to burn out the fiberglass. Fiberglass will not deteriorate at 100 degrees. the closer the glasspack is to the exhaust manifold the shorter the life will be. I really wished i recorded some sound clips of my tib with glasspacks before it was wrecked.
can anyone inform me how to upload a sound clip? i found one of what it sounded like inside the car. shame i didnt have one from outside.
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