ThumbSkull wrote:McDDD wrote:BlockBuster wrote:There is a better way to do it, other then a pinching down exhaust tube on a muffler.
OK, I'll bite. How?
Для меня, чтобы знать, и вы это выяснить.
Миша твой русский очень хуёвый Я так ни черта не понял. Давай лучше говорить на Английском языке.
Dave, don't bite, please... Jokes aside, I think its better to get K&S aluminum tubing of the same OD as ID of the exaust pipes of pitts muffler, from a LHS, cut it a little longer then a pitts muffler exaust pipe, put couple of drops of CA on K&S tube and insert it in the exaust pipe of pitts with the end of K&S tube telescopically protruding out of the exaust pipe, that way if you don't like the way this muffler runs, you can just twist it with a niddle nose plyers and break it off.
The other point, BTW Dave could be right, but if I remember correctly, every time I made a change to a system, I always have to retune engine, and with a pipe on, again if I remember correctly I have to close niddles when exchanging stock muffler to a pipe.