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[ChaosweaveR]

[ChaosweaveR]'s mega pic whore thread

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CraiGM

So who all did you wake up with that intake? Lol.

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[ChaosweaveR]

Nobody. ;)

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1BADG6GT

SOUNDS EVIL!!! ;)

I <3 the soundz!!! ;)

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Sam

does teh chaos want to racezorz?

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markpetersonii

OK, I want dimensions on the exhaust! lol

I already bought the 80 series dual 2.5! What else do I need??

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[ChaosweaveR]

SOUNDS EVIL!!! :cheers:

I <3 the soundz!!! :lol2:

Thank you, sir.

does teh chaos want to racezorz?

I'm not racing your F-body fool. :lol2:

OK, I want dimensions on the exhaust! lol

I already bought the 80 series dual 2.5! What else do I need??

My exhaust is actually still 2.25". The Flowmaster 80 series is 2.5" inlet & outlet. But the key to my exhaust sounding so nice, is the 18" long glasspack in place of my stock resonator.

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Sam
:lol2:

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markpetersonii
' date='Mar 3 2010, 04:55 AM' post='14312']

My exhaust is actually still 2.25". The Flowmaster 80 series is 2.5" inlet & outlet. But the key to my exhaust sounding so nice, is the 18" long glasspack in place of my stock resonator.

ARE YOU KIDDING!? lol 18"?? My buddy has that same set up BUT his pipes are 2.5". His sounds kinda ricey though. WTF? What should I do to not make it sound ricey?

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[ChaosweaveR]

Keep it setup just like mine then. 2.25" pipping, and the glasspack rids any excess rasp. I also have a Magnaflow high flow cat now too.

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markpetersonii

Ok, then I would have to get new pipes, as mine are 2.5 stock I believe. Unless, would getting a longer, say 22", glasspack change anything?

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[ChaosweaveR]

Ok, then I would have to get new pipes, as mine are 2.5 stock I believe. Unless, would getting a longer, say 22", glasspack change anything?

LZ4 pipping is 2.25", but if you have the space for 22", go for it. Your G6 will sound badass with my setup. :welcomeFP:

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markpetersonii

so get the 22"? or get the 18" like you have?

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danmccormick87

With the large pipe Mark, you are causing a large echo through the pipe, and also losing power... I have a straight pipe all the way through to my muffler, which has a 7" chamber, then exits into a 4 1/4" tip. The straight pipe is 2.25" and my exhaust has a deep rumble to it :blink:

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[ChaosweaveR]

so get the 22"? or get the 18" like you have?

I'd stick with an 18" glasspack.

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With the large pipe Mark, you are causing a large echo through the pipe, and also losing power... I have a straight pipe all the way through to my muffler, which has a 7" chamber, then exits into a 4 1/4" tip. The straight pipe is 2.25" and my exhaust has a deep rumble to it :blink:

I want to hear a vid. When I ran straight glasspack, it was raspy in the upper revs.

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Erat

AHAHA.

Woah there big guy, take it easy with ur 16 second car. You don't want to throw a rod.

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[ChaosweaveR]

AHAHA.

Woah there big guy, take it easy with ur 16 second car. You don't want to throw a rod.

15.5 second car. Get it right.

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markpetersonii

LOL, thanks! 18 it is. :cheers:

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[ChaosweaveR]

LOL, thanks! 18 it is. :indian:

Get a vid up when you do the Flowmaster 80/glasspack combo. :badGT:

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[ChaosweaveR]

Spent the day with the g/f, and went out east on LI. Cleaned my GA for the trip too, and brought the cam. These aren't my best, but that will change later on in the coming months.

I stopped at a fav spot of mine on RT 27 for a few:

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In Camp Hero, it's an abandoned Army camp, with quite a bit of secrets, and a huge bunker. I crept into an entrance for some shots:

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The giant radar tower:

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Parked by the bluff:

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The overlook:

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Crystal and myself:

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And this was just awesome, in the last town before Camp Hero and the Montuak Lighthouse, they have taxis out here, but they use Pontiac Montana's, PINK ones:

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Killiger2009

nice nice i like alot :indian:

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1BADG6GT

Nice pictarz!!! :indian:

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Jedi3

nice shots! :indian:

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markpetersonii

I will! :indian: I'm going to order the GP today but I don't know if I should go Cherry Bomb or Thrush...

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emily.todd

your cars ugly =p

just kidding haha

i love itt!!

you n crystal are adddooorraabbbllee!

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[ChaosweaveR]

Both will work well. IMO, 2.25" is the perfect pipe size for our motors.

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