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Old 09-10-2014, 12:31 AM   #1
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QTP Exhaust Cutouts (Questions/Experience)

How many of you guys have them presently or in the past? Is it not a wise move to engage the cutout when your vehicle is in motion (putting your foot on the gas, accelerating etc),

I've been told that it's safer to open the cutouts before you turn on your engine, is this true? I would think if you opened the cutouts when you're in neutral, you'd be ok?

Has anyone here had QTP Cutouts and the motor crapped out over time? I've read stories online where the motor gave out, and people had to go through the process of undoing the motor and/or switch crapping out as well.

My biggest concern however is, is it OK or NOT OK to engage the cutout while you're driving in motion? Would it damage the cutout if you opened them if you're going 60 mph and you want to surprise somebody on the road?
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Old 09-10-2014, 03:08 PM   #2
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Correct. Close and open on neutral thats what i been told. And two of my motors stopped working. But i think they have new motors now which are better than the older models.
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