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Pacesetter LT's and True Dual Install

This is a discussion on Pacesetter LT's and True Dual Install within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; you guys have been great, thanks for all of the info. I have just one last ? on this subject ...

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    you guys have been great, thanks for all of the info. I have just one last ? on this subject then i will stop asking. I have found a couple of prospects in my area for a tune, what is a good price for getting the O2's tuned out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KITTvsKARR View Post
    Do you want inside or outside? I could probably get that today if you want.
    outside if you dont mind.

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    I'll try to do that tomorrow for you guys.

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    does anyone know the contact info for lanes true duals? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    I have everything installed. The last 2 questions I have are: The bracket that supported the exhaust where the y pipe and rear exit pipe joins is in the way, i cant see that it is doing anything now that the stock exhaust is gone, can i leave it off, or does it serve a purpose i am overlooking? the TSP true duals at the muffler end have an exhuast hanger welded to each one but no where to attach them with out screwing the hangers to the floor pan before you get to the gas tank, is this normal, i thought it used all the stock hanger locations ?

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    Nope.. you can take that bracket off... and about the rears... just make a small whole through the floor pan... it will go through where the bottom of the rear seats are... remove them and cut a small x where its drilling through so it doesn't fray your carpet... then put a 1 1/2" or so bolt with a couple lock washers and a nut.. and you're set.

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    SuCCESS!!! install done. The set up is a bit loude than expected once i get over 3,000 RPM it gets very loud under 2,000 sounds very mean though. I went with the dyna max mufflers and am open to suggestions for maybe a different brand. I am going to see about getting the TSP TD ran all the way out the back or possible dumping out before the rear tires when i go to get my tune friday! I thing it would look bad A$$ if i had dual chrome tips exiting before the rear wheels

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    The kit you used ends near the axle, leaving the exhaust openings on the bumper empty right? If so, does it look weird having the holes empty like that or does it look alright? I think I want the same kit but I didn't know whether I would like the holes empty like that or if there was a way I could bring the pipes on back to the bumper without having to go over the axle. (Wasn't sure if that would cause clearance problems though.)

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    Looks like that.. and if you didn't like it.. you could always fab up some tips and weld them to the frame...

    And a short clip.. couldn't get on it.. as the neighbors were already giving me dirty looks..but you get the idea...


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    Quote Originally Posted by KITTvsKARR View Post
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    Looks like that.. and if you didn't like it.. you could always fab up some tips and weld them to the frame...

    And a short clip.. couldn't get on it.. as the neighbors were already giving me dirty looks..but you get the idea...

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    Cool, thanks for the picture. That don't look bad at all. I could live with that, but I think I would still want to get some kind of tips to come out the back eventually.

    Has anyone ever just put fake tips coming out the back? Or would that be stupid? I'm kind of considering it, becuase it would look stock but the exhuast would actually end at the axle.

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    i have pacesetters headers (shorty's ) do they make a y pipe for these headers . i know shorty's dum mistake i was thinking taking off my cats

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