Ultimate side exhaust thread...

Cpotts13

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I really want side exhaust on my mach but the roush side skirts aren't very appealing..
 

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The reason mines the way it is, is because I don't have a torque arm yet. Next year I plan to get one and then I'll redesign my exhaust.

Also if you want real light weight you can do this.


I ran this set up for a while.
 

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"Like Dmitry said:
Cobra R didn't need no damn side skirts!!!

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I'm going to build something similar with the M80's I have on hand..

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[MENTION=9209]ReplicaR[/MENTION] - When installating torque arm, did it interfere with your exhaust?
 

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ReplicaR - When installating torque arm, did it interfere with your exhaust?

The only part where it looked like it was going to be an issue was around the crossmember of the torque arm and the merge on the x pipe. It was close, but it cleared everything without any modification required from exhaust.
 

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The only part where it looked like it was going to be an issue was around the crossmember of the torque arm and the merge on the x pipe. It was close, but it cleared everything without any modification required from exhaust.

I might have to ditch my prochamber then or prepare to modify the crap out of it (again)
 

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Funny enough, stock H pipe didn't clear the torque arm cross member. I had move the merge pipe in the middle to make it happen.
 

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spintech use to make sub frame connectors for side exhaust systems. This was a few years ago so not sure if they still do.
 

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The reason mines the way it is, is because I don't have a torque arm yet. Next year I plan to get one and then I'll redesign my exhaust.

Also if you want real light weight you can do this.


I ran this set up for a while.

What the hell? World's loudest exhaust?
 

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Someone said the Roush side exit didn't look good...? I really think it does IMO & I have a set up in the attic brand new plus these just waiting too, I think it will be fun to have the full kit on & the "completed" look! Another way to get side exit exhaust. The inlet & outlet of the muffler are on the same end...position the muffler & just 90 over to the tire area. I have Raxiom Black Chrome tips for the SN95 Roush side skirts to fit in the oval cutouts in the skirts...should look nice with the contrasting White paint.


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Cars making a little over 600 horse.. didn't sound that amazing until I did the motor

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I've got a fairly built motor as well, granted that it didn't make as much power (N/A 331). Sounds pretty awesome as it sits with BBK short tubes, bassani header back, I'm sure it's going to be rad with a good set of long tube headers.
 

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