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1 e cut-out or 2

This is a discussion on 1 e cut-out or 2 within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; which would be better to get one cut out right where the ypipe ends or 2 somewhere between the end ...

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    1 e cut-out or 2

    which would be better to get one cut out right where the ypipe ends or 2 somewhere between the end of the headers and where the ypipe comes together, custom grind cam (big cam) pacesetter lt and off road Ypipe ported LS6 heads and either fast 92 or ported LS6 intake

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    I say go with the 2 cut outs behind the headers. I think they even make electric cut out for our cars.

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    just one................below the rear passenger seat

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    I have one on mine right at the end of the Y, loud as shit when opened

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    I run two behind the headers too !!!

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    ive got alot of people saying go with the one i think thats what i will go with

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    jsut go with one at the end of the y pipe, it keeps most of the vibration and noise to the back of the car.

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    I would do 2 electric ones so you don't have to climb under your car to open them up.

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    one

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    im doing two but of course im having a custom made true dual system installed.

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    Go with a QTP ORY W/dual electric cutouts, they are amazing and its is clean as hell looking!!! I love mine, I gotta find something to record sounds.....

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    with a nearly stock car 1 cut out..2 you will loose power.

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    im just gonna go with the one, ive heard its better and also will sound better

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