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TSP true duals

This is a discussion on TSP true duals within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Looking to put this setup on my car in the spring, is there anything specific i need to know about ...

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    TSP true duals

    Looking to put this setup on my car in the spring, is there anything specific i need to know about the install? and will there be any clearance issues?

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    Dumping before the axel?

    If not, you'll need to relocate the panhard bar to make life alot easier.

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    Make sure you H-pipe isn't upside down or it'll hang really low. Flip the fuel line bracket to gain some clearance when you install them. X2 on the PHB relo, unless you run them under-axle or want to go down to 2.5 od to go over-axle, after that it's a matter of how good your exhaust guy is.
    '02 ws6.....mods? nope

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    Would plan on dumping after the axel. Is true duals worth the trouble for the sound and hp gains?

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    I never considered any hp gains with exhaust...only sound...and I chose TSP TDs with bullets.

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    I gotcha, how is the sound?? I know that cold start ups are extremely loud. I was considering the system with the sweet thunder mufflers myself

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    Go to youtube and search my username (yeti8102) I have vids on there of what mine sounded like. I also have my buddies z28 with sweet thunders on there racing a Lightning as well. That should help give you an idea of the differences. I would embed the vids here but I can't do it through my phone and Tapatalk.

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    Just a warning if you go with a cam later. It will be ear bleeding loud!!!
    2001 Formula ported and polished throttle body, Lid, Longtube headers, texas speed true dual, cam is the texas speed 228r 228/228 588. lift 112 lsa, tuned by Frost

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    here's a vid of mine dude!!! it's a cold start through SLP LT's to TSP X-pipe to moroso spiral flows dumped be4 axel.

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgA9COeSoJY&feature=youtube_gdata_player[/ame]

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t45xZme3fIo&feature=youtube_gdata_player[/ame]

    Note; if you do plan on doing this you can't use a crossmember T/A. It has to be a trans mount or the trans mount relocation bracket setup (to get it off the trans). The only downfall of this is how long your T/A will be. You get better traction with a shorter one, but to each his own. Right now I'm currently running the jegster T/A tunnel mount "Don't Buy That One" it's garbage plus it doesn't adj. Also you have to drill like 14 (3/8") hole in the tunnel to mount it. So plz learn from my mistake. hope these vidz helped




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    Quote Originally Posted by Same ol Situation View Post
    Is true duals worth the trouble for the sound and hp gains?
    HP gains for a TD setup on a stock motor vs y-pipe are very minimal from what I've heard.

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    I have heard the same unless you are doing a lot of engine mods. That's when the x really comes into play.

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