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Old 02-17-2014, 08:30 AM
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Thanks for all the advice. I'm going to order it from Chad at BlackOps. It's honestly been a really tough decision. I'm so attached to my setup but the deal is too good to pass up.

Now all I need to do is get the old man tired of the naturally aspirated sound. Maybe he'll say "you sound like some redneck from the trailer park". Cue SC. One can dream right?

Now I need to find a qualified installer. The Valve part is what's probably a little tricky. Maybe the dealership will do it....?

On a side not I'm going to post up a for sale ad for my custom setup. Local pickup only. It will give someone interested the chance to hear it in person as I'm obviously not taking it off until the new exhaust gets in.
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Old 02-17-2014, 08:34 AM
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Do it. How often can you say I have a GT Haus on my SRT. I reckon that line could almost pick up chicks too if you say it the right way. Maybe in a Schwarzenegger accent.
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Thanks for all the advice. I'm going to order it from Chad at BlackOps. It's honestly been a really tough decision. I'm so attached to my setup but the deal is too good to pass up.

Now all I need to do is get the old man tired of the naturally aspirated sound. Maybe he'll say "you sound like some redneck from the trailer park". Cue SC. One can dream right?

Now I need to find a qualified installer. The Valve part is what's probably a little tricky. Maybe the dealership will do it....?

On a side not I'm going to post up a for sale ad for my custom setup. Local pickup only. It will give someone interested the chance to hear it in person as I'm obviously not taking it off until the new exhaust gets in.
The install isn't that tough if the installer has any electric wiring knowledge. I was there when mine was put in, and I myself could have done it in my sleep. Very basic stuff, the only thing to watch for.. is that in shipping the valves get moved so they need to be reset before installation. Have them get it ready, lines up etc (installs perfect with no modification) and then have them make sure the valve is closed on both sides before they install. Then wire it up, start and test. Then finalize it with some tack welds and you're set.
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