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Old 08-19-2009, 04:02 PM   #1
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QTP Electric Exhaust Cutouts Pictures and Videos!!!

We had a 2010 Camaro SS come in to our warehouse to for some product development and before it left we put some of our Oval Low Profile Electric Exhaust Cutouts on. The Camaro is so quiet with the factory system in place that you question if the car is running or not. With our cutouts on there is no question. Flip the switch and all hell is unleashed.



Our new oval low profile electronically controlled exhaust cutouts. A new low profile electric cutout designed for any car or truck that has limited ground clearance. With the Quick Time Electric Cutout you can have the best of both worlds! Quiet for the street and wide open for the strip. Go from stealth quiet to wide open power and experience the gains even if your already enjoying an aftermarket exhaust system. You control the volume, you control the power. Open your exhaust with the flip of a switch. Run it closed, run it all the way open or any position in between.
• -Fits 2 1/4" to 3" Round Exhaust Pipe.
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Gained 18hp and 17tq at 5500rpm.





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We also have another video on our website that has a little music and shows how it was installed but its not on youtube. They bounced the video because of the music for some reason.
Its here on street fire.
http://videos.streetfire.net/video/2...ric_700654.htm

Also have all the oval cutout videos on our oval page.
http://www.quicktimeperformance.com/OVAL/index.php


This is a standard part number that also fits GTOs, Charger, Challenger and any car that has limited clearance.

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QTEC66-Dual Oval Electric Cutouts
11338-Oval Turn Downs
10200-Optional Electric Cutout Controller

Any muffler shop can weld them on the car. The wiring is very easy.

You should see these on many high end cars like The Nickey Camaros and other super cars.

These are in stock and ship out with in 24-48hrs. No wait time.

Any questions feel free to give us a call at 201-444-0998 or email us at sales@quicktimeperformance.com
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Old 08-19-2009, 05:18 PM   #2
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Old 08-19-2009, 05:55 PM   #3
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Old 08-19-2009, 05:58 PM   #4
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I actually heard and saw this car in person after an automotive meet at OBI in Long Island, NY. One of our fellow car club members has both a Solstice and a Camaro, and one of his Camaro buddies came to meet us at a diner for breakfast. This car sounds mean. The cutouts looked great and sounded fantastic. The owner was telling us about dropping his car off at your shop and having this done, and he was very pleased with the results. The controller looked very simple to use, and the difference between the OEM sound and that with the cutouts open is dramatic. The flexibility between quiet and loud is a very nice feature to have, especially if you use the Camaro as a daily driver. Very nice product and I was impressed with the sound...and a little jealous.
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Old 08-21-2009, 11:32 AM   #5
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I actually heard and saw this car in person after an automotive meet at OBI in Long Island, NY. One of our fellow car club members has both a Solstice and a Camaro, and one of his Camaro buddies came to meet us at a diner for breakfast. This car sounds mean. The cutouts looked great and sounded fantastic. The owner was telling us about dropping his car off at your shop and having this done, and he was very pleased with the results. The controller looked very simple to use, and the difference between the OEM sound and that with the cutouts open is dramatic. The flexibility between quiet and loud is a very nice feature to have, especially if you use the Camaro as a daily driver. Very nice product and I was impressed with the sound...and a little jealous.
The difference is night and day. I will have Joe post his impressions of the cutouts.
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Old 08-21-2009, 11:37 AM   #6
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why is yours so much cheaper than noweeds, i have had qtp before on another car it was a great system
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Old 08-21-2009, 12:22 PM   #7
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Hey Guys, This is my car that QTP worked on. It is amazing. The looks I get with the car alone are amazing. Then as soon as I hit the switch, it takes it to another level. There are a few people here on the site that have seen and heard my car and they said the same. I at first was not going to do this to my stock exhaust, I was going to wait until after their exhaust was complete and then do it all, but as soon as I heard their Shop Vette, there was no way in hell I was not going to have them put these on. I do not have headers or aftermarket exhaust. This is the stock exhaust with just the cutouts.
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Old 08-21-2009, 12:25 PM   #8
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where is the switch? any pics?


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Old 08-21-2009, 03:35 PM   #9
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why is yours so much cheaper than noweeds, i have had qtp before on another car it was a great system

because they are different setups.

QTP system are exhaust cutouts
the Noweeds system is an exhaust diverter

the Noweeds system fully blocks off the back end of the exhaust and only allows the flow to go out at the valve opening.

the QTP system doesnt block off the rest of the exhaust, just opens up and allows it to exit earlier
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Old 08-21-2009, 03:46 PM   #10
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I have QTP's on my 69 Chevelle...they work great and are alot better than laying on your back in a asphalt parking lot trying to undo hot wing nuts on a manual cutout! Not to mention they are real handy when a cop rolls up on you.
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This is a must! Awesome sound!
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Okay, would somebody who is savvy on exhausts please tell me why I don't want to buy these? This seems like an awesome solution with a stock exhaust versus upgrading the whole exhaust especially if the HP claims are true. I'm serious, why does this sound too good to be true? Also, what would it realistically cost to have a good muffler shop install this?
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I have them on my car and they are great.
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Going to Stainless Works on monday (if a lift is available) to determine where to put the QTP cutouts on my 2SS. Already have the Stainless system on (headers all the way back). Sounds great right now, can't wait to hear it with cutouts.
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Okay, would somebody who is savvy on exhausts please tell me why I don't want to buy these? This seems like an awesome solution with a stock exhaust versus upgrading the whole exhaust especially if the HP claims are true. I'm serious, why does this sound too good to be true? Also, what would it realistically cost to have a good muffler shop install this?

why you dont?


I've been running cutouts on nearly ever Camaro I've ever owned. cheap and easy power and sound at the flick of a switch.

for an install, you are looking at probably around $100.00 or so
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I've been running cutouts on nearly ever Camaro I've ever owned. cheap and easy power and sound at the flick of a switch.

for an install, you are looking at probably around $100.00 or so
To weld 2 cut outs and do all the wiring for $100 bucks...thats cheap...Not going to happen in houston unless you have friends
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To weld 2 cut outs and do all the wiring for $100 bucks...thats cheap...Not going to happen in houston unless you have friends
I paid for one pair of cutouts to be welded in here in chucktown for $116.00

then again, the type of cutouts I normally use are like this





which I will probably end up running on this car instead of the oval style.

cut a little section from right behind the cats and clamp it in.
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I paid for one pair of cutouts to be welded in here in chucktown for $116.00

then again, the type of cutouts I normally use are like this





which I will probably end up running on this car instead of the oval style.

cut a little section from right behind the cats and clamp it in.
Those r the exact cut outs i have on my car..welding is the easy and cheap part..wiring is the next step...
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Those r the exact cut outs i have on my car..welding is the easy and cheap part..wiring is the next step...

most times I use band clamps for them over welding. wiring isnt hard.... when you dont have an interior to get in the way. lol
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Those r the exact cut outs i have on my car..welding is the easy and cheap part..wiring is the next step...
isnt it just a hot and a ground ? hot to the battery and a good ground ?
And both of the wires from the cutout plug into the toggle switch or electronic switch ?

im just going by what i see on the internet here.
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isnt it just a hot and a ground ? hot to the battery and a good ground ?
And both of the wires from the cutout plug into the toggle switch or electronic switch ?

im just going by what i see on the internet here.

depends on what kind of switch you have, some are just a two way (open/close) that you hold to a certain point to open partially or all the way and close the same. others are set up like window switches where you can "click" it all the way and let go and it will open up without you having to hold it down the whole time.
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Okay, would somebody who is savvy on exhausts please tell me why I don't want to buy these? This seems like an awesome solution with a stock exhaust versus upgrading the whole exhaust especially if the HP claims are true. I'm serious, why does this sound too good to be true? Also, what would it realistically cost to have a good muffler shop install this?
It is the ultimate exhaust system

Prices can range. Welding can cost you anywhere from $150-300. We install them for our customers for $300.00 to give you an idea. That includes the wiring inside the car.
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