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Old 05-03-2016, 02:15 PM   #1
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Electric cutout help wtb

I'm looking for electric cutouts. I have borla atak catback and kooks lt headers. No cats I have the connection pipe. No codes on stock tune since January. I'm wondering if it's possible to put the cutouts where those connecting pipes are (where high flows would go) does anyone have any recommendations? Thanks all!
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Old 05-03-2016, 02:50 PM   #2
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Not sure if that would work.. Mine are right before the x pipe. There are plenty of install photos on here showing the right place for them. just installed mine a couple weeks ago. Why would you want to put them in place of the cats anyways? If you put them where QTP recommends it's not really gonna make that big of a sound difference seeing how it's maybe only a foot difference in placement and cutouts are so loud that you won't even be able to tell the difference lol
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Reason I don't think it would work is clearance issues. My car is lowered and the low profile QTP's were almost pushing it lol.
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thanks for the input. i probably will just do that. i just need to figure out which ones to buy. i called but they just sent me a pdf.
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After reading for a bit I went with QTP low profile oval cutouts with wireless controller. I love it. The exhauy shop didn't weld them in the exact spot I said so I lost a little bit of clearance from the ground but not a huge deal. If you have the money everyone says go with noweeds but price is much more. Exhaust shop should charge you 75-100$ or so to weld and cut everything for you and just do the wiring yourself and your price will be half of what the noweeds cost. DMH come with a lifetime warranty but I read from posts on here that it's hard to get in touch with DMH since its a one guy operation? Not sure though. QTP sells individual replacement parts though which is pretty nice
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After reading for a bit I went with QTP low profile oval cutouts with wireless controller. I love it. The exhauy shop didn't weld them in the exact spot I said so I lost a little bit of clearance from the ground but not a huge deal. If you have the money everyone says go with noweeds but price is much more. Exhaust shop should charge you 75-100$ or so to weld and cut everything for you and just do the wiring yourself and your price will be half of what the noweeds cost. DMH come with a lifetime warranty but I read from posts on here that it's hard to get in touch with DMH since its a one guy operation? Not sure though. QTP sells individual replacement parts though which is pretty nice
thanks man a buddy has noweeds. but theyre crazy money.. im thinking qtp
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Old 05-04-2016, 09:54 AM   #7
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Have you looked up pipes cutouts, I just installed them on my 2015. Dang my smart tablet won't let put a 'Y' where the 'I' is
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Have you looked up pipes cutouts, I just installed them on my 2015. Dang my smart tablet won't let put a 'Y' where the 'I' is
No what are they how they work?
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Does this fit ok? I read somewhere that the y pipe versions won't fit on our cars?
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Does this fit ok? I read somewhere that the y pipe versions won't fit on our cars?
That's what I wanna know, I heard the issue is clearance from the motor...
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