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  1. GREGGPENN
    11-26-2012 12:29 AM
    Regarding muffler delete: If you still have pre and main cats (even if Magnaflow or other performance brand), then I think you'll be OK with the muffler delete. If missing EITHER one of those, it's gonna be too loud...especially knowing you had such "problem" trying to find the perfect muffler.

    Actually, my first exhaust config sounded very good...probably about what you'd like. I had the original main/pre cats and used resonated tips. The 18" long kind with dual slash cut ends. Looked very nice.

    It might be an option to consider. Resonated tips can help alot. Get them out as far back as possible -- without being so far you'd hit your shin. It's another secret to avoiding drone.
  2. 88redconvert
    11-25-2012 07:16 PM
    I think you have me confused with someone else. Sorry
  3. SPEED750
    02-15-2012 10:30 PM
    Hello, I saw a posted you put up in 2009 about zero balance on a dual mass flywheel. Did this fix your problem. I just rebult my LT1 with eagle forged crank and rods and now it vibrates to bad to drive. If I zero balance the dual mass and harmonic will the vibes go away. PLEASE HELP !! I'M DESPARATE !!!

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  • About slickfx3
    Full Name
    Mason
    Location
    Los Angeles CA
    Your Zip Code
    91801
    Year & Model
    1982
    Color
    Blue/Silver
    Mods
    Spreader bar, soon electric fan, 85 fuel pump upgrade.
    Biography
    Live Life Wrong and Perspire.
    Country of Residence
    US
    Gender
    Male
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