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Old 03-05-2009, 03:50 PM
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I thought I would post a Video/sound clip of my 04 V6 (J30) with 2.5 piping and flowmaster delta 40's. I know it's a bit odd to use a set of flowmasters on an import, but in the end I'm happy with the sound. I had just washed the car, so that's the liquid flying out of the pipes.

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absolutly love it man
 
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It does sound great! Love the tips too!

I had a Delta 40 on my F22B2 and it didn't sound half bad either
 
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I bet not, the delta 40 are a bad *** set up...

The tips are actually a set of Mangaflow 4inch rounds they had at the shop. I think they fill those notches well.

Thanks for the feedback guys.
 
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did u remove the resonator?
 
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Thats a head turner!

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Originally Posted by Sweagle02 View Post
did u remove the resonator?
Yeah there are two after the cat.... pointless restriction on the exhaust flow if you ask me. But yeah, I took both those off and put 2.5 inches to a Y pipe and continued the dual piping to the mufflers. Sounds incredible IMO (it is my car so I wouldn't bash it too much) I can jack it up some time and try and take some pics. I don't have a lift I can get access to... so I can only attempt the pics.
 
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Dont you just have ramps? If not I got mine for like $34 at AutoZone. Not saying they're that cheap where you are but they're very useful

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Yeah I think its about time I buck up and get some. I had an old set I got like 10 years ago with my first project car. But they're useless now. I saw that there are plastic ones now, any word if those are decent? Mine where metal and slid all over the place.

And thanks everyone for all the comments
 
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I also have have plastic ones. They work great. Before I bought those, all we had was these metal ones that threatened to scrape the front bumper when I changed the oil, transmission fluid, and radiator coolant. So I put wooden planks under it. Kinda a bad idea, now that I look back on all that could've happened. Thankfully nothing happened haha

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