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Old 04-05-2011, 10:14 PM   #26
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im subscribing, looking forward to hearing more nice job!
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Old 04-05-2011, 10:30 PM   #27
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"This is a good location because its not to close to the tips which helps keep down the raspy sound of the V6 at high RPM's"


I'm not doubting you but is this a true fact in every install? I'm just curious because if this is true, I may look into relocating my mufflers or going with a set up like this. Anyones feedback is appreciated!
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Old 04-08-2011, 10:24 AM   #28
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"This is a good location because its not to close to the tips which helps keep down the raspy sound of the V6 at high RPM's"


I'm not doubting you but is this a true fact in every install? I'm just curious because if this is true, I may look into relocating my mufflers or going with a set up like this. Anyones feedback is appreciated!
Definitely true. It makes a huge difference. I didn't expect it to make this much of a difference. You might want to try to locate it as close to the tips as possible in this area under the car. If you go too close to the H pipe it will resonate straight up into the center console. Won't hurt anything just give you a headache.
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Old 04-17-2011, 10:37 AM   #29
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Got a new video for you guys... Its been about two weeks and the exhaust is nicely broken in... I'm not liking the video/sound quality but w/e, something in the audio setting was messed up... ill get a better video soon...

I am attempting to show off how tuned it sounds at high RPM's so i am going balls the the wall in this video haha...


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Old 04-17-2011, 10:52 AM   #30
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OH forgot to mention... This white camaro in the video was the first automatic i've been inside of... When revving the two cars we noticed the automatic DOESN'T PASS 4000RPM and we held the pedal to the floor!! It was a rental so we put it through a few nice tests... there was a storm the night before last so we took it out for donuts and i gotta say i was disappointed. It feels restricted, you think cause it was a rental they put some restrictions on it? Its common sense if your gonna give someone a Camaro that they do not own or have to worry about breaking they are going to have the time of their life in it...

I couldn't get a video but yesterday (with dry roads) we had a quick race 0-50ish... Nothing intense but the automatic was sluggish... I was a full car length ahead by 50... Or maybe im just amazing and should be a professional drag racer haha...
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Old 05-07-2011, 10:02 AM   #31
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My brother took this video with his cellphone and Caffeine and Octane this passed weekend.

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Old 05-11-2011, 11:42 AM   #32
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That's awesome! I might have to do this.....wonder how it would work on an A6
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Thewall279, I'm sending you a PM.
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Old 03-09-2012, 02:32 AM   #34
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That sounds really good I still don't know what exhaust to put on my car
I do........muwahahaha.
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Can you PM me the total price and parts?
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Old 04-20-2012, 09:24 AM   #36
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Since I didn't do it earlier and because it includes a good write up in the first post, I've added this to the exhaust sticky thread.

OP, did you ever answer the question of whether or not the muffler hangs down lower than stock? In one picture it looks pretty low. Sorry if I missed that!
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Old 05-12-2012, 09:58 AM   #37
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The white one sounds like a tin can with pebbles in it.
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Old 08-05-2012, 09:17 PM   #38
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I did this setup but at the shop were I had it done said they weren't gonna mess with the heat shield. I ran the risk of messing with the drive shaft or some Bull. So it's not as tucked in as yours. How can I add the heat shield brace that screws on if the bolts won't hit the underbody
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Old 05-02-2013, 07:38 PM   #39
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I showed this thread and picks to my local shop and they said no problem, a little under 400 bucks, I'm using the super 40 too and I want the stock tips.
I bought a del engineering tunnel blanket that has adhesive and withstands 1750 degree direct contact, it should reduce the volume in the car,
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This is really a good sounding setup do you have an intake? and you should post an in cabin video too!
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Old 05-02-2013, 09:12 PM   #41
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Since I didn't do it earlier and because it includes a good write up in the first post, I've added this to the exhaust sticky thread.

OP, did you ever answer the question of whether or not the muffler hangs down lower than stock? In one picture it looks pretty low. Sorry if I missed that!
Hey sry took so long to reply to this... I've been working on a new project...

Here is where I was originally gonna attempt to explain it but I figured I would just make a video for you guys... I have been wanting to write something on this but haven't had time.

To answer the question Yes unfortunately it does hang lower than stock but causes no issues. I've had it for a while now and have had zero problems.

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I showed this thread and picks to my local shop and they said no problem, a little under 400 bucks, I'm using the super 40 too and I want the stock tips.
I bought a del engineering tunnel blanket that has adhesive and withstands 1750 degree direct contact, it should reduce the volume in the car,
I'll let you know
I don't think I have enough space between the muffler and frame... Definitely a great idea to try though... It's not bad inside the car anymore... It was bad in the beginning but about two months it got better(Or I just got used to it haha)...
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This is really a good sounding setup do you have an intake? and you should post an in cabin video too!
Thanks, Yeh i have an injen intake.
It sounds different now than it did then... I really should make another video...
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oh nice I have an injen too do you have the long tube or the short ram?
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Old 05-03-2013, 07:06 AM   #45
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What did you have to do to get heat shield back on
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I saw another guys install he put the super 40 a couple inches further back, seems to fit better though ass end hangs out of tunnel
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Old 05-03-2013, 07:48 AM   #47
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My heat shield is from summit racing, it's called tunnel shield 2 by DEI design engineering inc, it's 3/16 inch thick, takes 1750 degrees direct
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A lot of people are doing this with the Magnaflow resonated xpipe as well. They are retiring there rear end exhaust and simply running with the res xpipe with wide 2.5" or 3" pipes coming off it.

Others also take this route and use jpipes to kill off the drone on the rear end.
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I took my 2013 LFX in today and got dual inlet outlet Flowmaster super 40 installed.
I added the DEI tunnel shield heat shield and sound absorber over the factory resonator tunnel material.
We cut out the h pipe and mounted the muffler all the way forward, right after the pipes turn straight off the converters.
It fits very well. Then add h pipe after and we ran new custom 2.5 inch plumbing out with stock tips added. The heat shield fit back on and has one inch clearance with four washers under each bolt. No rattles and more clearance.
Wails like a GTR when run hard, dead quiet but nicer when just putting around.
I'll shoot some vids later, it's gonna rain. Sound inside is nothing until yu roll window down.
100 percent success, cat back systems suck, they sound like shit and cost way too much. My system is just under 400.
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oh nice I have an injen too do you have the long tube or the short ram?
Long tube! It sounds awesome

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What did you have to do to get heat shield back on
I don't remember taking it off
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