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Australian National Exhaust noise regulations
on 30 Jan 2008 by admin author list
Australian National Exhaust noise regulations [read more]
Cat Back Install
on 18 Nov 2007 by admin author list
Cat-Back Exhaust Installation:   The more air moved through an engine, the more power that can be produced. Generally one of the first modifications to any car is to replace the usually restrictive OEM exhaust with an after market 'cat-back' performance exhaust. Cat-back refers to replacing the mufflers and the pre-silencer, so replacing the exhaust from the catalytic convertors back. [read more]
Installing Dump Pipes
on 18 Nov 2007 by admin author list
By BlackiceTT Decided to finally install my Tune Agent Dump pipes form the group buy today. I did it with out having to tilt the engine/or/remove the brake booster.  Took a bunch of pics as I went along of how I went about it.  Tools needed,   13MM Ring Spanner 13MM Ring Spanner but cut in half 10MM Spanner, a long and a stubby one, [read more]
Installing Headers (NA) - Twin Turbo Zs of Dallas
on 18 Nov 2007 by admin author list
Stillen Header Installation for NAs: Probably the toughest bolt-on performance upgrade for NAs is the Stillen header set. Headers try to allow each cylinder to be 'equidistant' from the collector right before the flange to the rest of the exhaust system. (1.) Where the stock manifolds allow cylinders 5 & 6 (the rear two) to have the shortest [read more]