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Old 05-19-2019, 11:29 AM   #101
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I am looking forward to trying this modification . I have had a Dansk bannana muffler . a GHL , and currently running a Mille Miglia . I guess as I am getting older I want more of a stealth muffler . Jake Raby has told me many times it's hard to beat stock for power . Been proven on his chassis Dyno many times .

After I do the mod I will schedule some time on his Dyno . At that time also going to load some new tunes via their new in house tuning . We made 278 rear wheel HP with the current muffler and tuning software . Hoping to get closer to 290 or so .
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Old 05-19-2019, 01:29 PM   #102
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It will be interesting to see the results!
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Old 06-03-2019, 02:59 AM   #103
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j911brick last night I positioned the pipes by eye to see how they fit . This is on a S muffler . To get the pipes roughly in the center of the exhaust tips the pipes that will go into the inlet pipes is about 3/4 of the ways on the inlet pipe and a 1/4 of the ways into the weld of the inlet pipes . Does that sound about right ? So the hole saw has to cut through some of the weld of the inlet pipes to the muffler case ? Any chance you have a pic or two of where the pipes go into the inlets ? Thanks
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Old 06-03-2019, 06:13 AM   #104
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j911brick last night I positioned the pipes by eye to see how they fit . This is on a S muffler . To get the pipes roughly in the center of the exhaust tips the pipes that will go into the inlet pipes is about 3/4 of the ways on the inlet pipe and a 1/4 of the ways into the weld of the inlet pipes . Does that sound about right ? So the hole saw has to cut through some of the weld of the inlet pipes to the muffler case ? Any chance you have a pic or two of where the pipes go into the inlets ? Thanks
I have same question... I'm glad rfuerst911sc brought it up.

I also have a set of these from j911brick I have been planning to install (S version). When I test fit them the seemed really tight (or close) to the weld seam on the main muffler. I was assuming they would plumb in perpendicular to the inlet and outlet tubes, but maybe not.

j911brick, I trust you figured out the best fit - please confirm. Thanks.
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Old 06-03-2019, 04:51 PM   #105
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j911brick last night I positioned the pipes by eye to see how they fit . This is on a S muffler . To get the pipes roughly in the center of the exhaust tips the pipes that will go into the inlet pipes is about 3/4 of the ways on the inlet pipe and a 1/4 of the ways into the weld of the inlet pipes . Does that sound about right ? So the hole saw has to cut through some of the weld of the inlet pipes to the muffler case ? Any chance you have a pic or two of where the pipes go into the inlets ? Thanks
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Old 06-03-2019, 05:08 PM   #106
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Email has been sent . Thanks
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Old 06-03-2019, 05:35 PM   #107
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Didn't get it.
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Old 06-04-2019, 01:35 AM   #108
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Didn't get it.
Hmm your email is j911brick@comcast.net correct ? I saw your PM will call you tonight . Thanks
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I just resent an email , I went back and checked and I had a typo . Still planning on calling you tonight . Thanks
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James I called the number you sent me via PM , it rang several times then I received a message stating it was unavailable . So if you can post a few pics here on the forum it will help me and others . Specifically I want to see how/where they enter the inlet pipes. Thanks
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Old 06-10-2019, 02:38 PM   #111
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Today I decided to attempt this modification . I bought two Milwaukee 1 " bi-metal hole saws turns out I was able to do it by just using one . First thing I did was eyeball where the pipes should be on the exhaust tips . I outlined with a Sharpie and made sure the alignment was good at the inlets .

I also made Sharpie marks on the lip/flange above the exhaust tips so I could notch them . I wanted the pipes as tight to the muffler as I could get them . Once it was notched I again checked the alignment and made some adjustments . I then took a spring loaded center punch and made my indentations on the tips . Drilling the holes wasn't too bad I used some 3 in 1 oil as cutting fluid .

Did the same thing at the inlets . I had to do some grinding and filing to get the pipes the way I liked them . I ended up cutting off about 1 " off the pipes on the exhaust tips ends and about 1 1/4 " of the inlet side . They are tight to the muffler can as I could get them . I tacked them in place as I ran out of time . I hope to take a few pics tomorrow .
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