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anyone tried Texas Speed Rumbler Exhaust??

This is a discussion on anyone tried Texas Speed Rumbler Exhaust?? within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Originally Posted by camarolvr69 Pacesetter LTs, Ory, and Texas-Speed rumbler catback. Every day on my way to work, i go ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by camarolvr69 View Post

    Pacesetter LTs, Ory, and Texas-Speed rumbler catback.
    Every day on my way to work, i go through like 4 overpasses....gun it as i go under, sounds like Nascar or something lol.

    The TSP rumbler catback is awesome. You have a choice of 2 kinds of tips...I got the oval magnaflow tips, but they also have Ractiv Tips (the ones in the picture on their website).

    I love pipin' people with my exhaust...specially ricers and senior citizens hehe. Just talkin about it makes me wanna go and set of some car alarms lol.
    anybody have pics of these different tips available??? i'm having trouble learning of the difference, thanks!

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    I will try to get some pics today...cars dirty though since its been in storage for over a month.

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    if dirty cars bothered me i'd keep mine cleaner i have no idea what that smiley is supposed to represent... i thought it was pretty funny though

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    Alright got some pics finally....Got off my lazy bum and washed my car
    Last edited by camarolvr69; 06-26-2007 at 01:15 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camarolvr69 View Post
    Alright got some pics finally....Got off my lazy bum and washed my car
    so thats how they look. i think they might look bad on my formula

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    Ok I have a question. If you do a True Dual setup, can you pass emissions with it? If so, how? Sure would beat going with an expensive cat back.

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    Its made with an x-pipe to hook up to long tube's so i'd say no unless they make ones that can hook up to your cats.

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    I heard something about being able to weld cats on. Not sure if this hold true or not. Im just weighing options right now since its probably gonna be a while before I get my exhaust done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StylesMcKnob View Post
    so thats how they look. i think they might look bad on my formula
    the TSP rumbler only comes with dumps at the rear axle, or at least when I bought it that is how they cam, you could cut the dumps and extend the piping all the way back and put what ever tips you wanted on it.

    Cats can be welded on if you wanted but as long as your state does not do the sniffer test then all you have to do is delete the rear o2 codes cause most states only check the pcm for codes to be thrown, usually if there is no code then you would be ok. But I would ask around and see if they do the sniffer test first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheeler99WS6 View Post
    the TSP rumbler only comes with dumps at the rear axle, or at least when I bought it that is how they cam, you could cut the dumps and extend the piping all the way back and put what ever tips you wanted on it.
    I bought the rumbler with those tips i just didnt put it on yet. What are some good looking tips for a formula?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheeler99WS6 View Post
    the TSP rumbler only comes with dumps at the rear axle, or at least when I bought it that is how they cam, you could cut the dumps and extend the piping all the way back and put what ever tips you wanted on it.

    Cats can be welded on if you wanted but as long as your state does not do the sniffer test then all you have to do is delete the rear o2 codes cause most states only check the pcm for codes to be thrown, usually if there is no code then you would be ok. But I would ask around and see if they do the sniffer test first.
    Most places do visuals too.. which without the cats will fail.... just be warned...
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    Im thinking about welding up heat shields to the ORY...I dont have an emission inspection... just so that when I take it to a shop they wont say anything.

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    the tsp rumbler does go all the way back right? it shows tips in the pic on there page. but the guy a few posts above keeps saying that they dump before the axle?? why would they offer tips if it dumps?

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    The true duals dump before the axle. The catback goes all the way out to the bumper(with tips).

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    Quote Originally Posted by camarolvr69 View Post
    The true duals dump before the axle. The catback goes all the way out to the bumper(with tips).
    that explains it then, I thought you guys were talking about the true duals. My bad. as far as the emessions goes I am only giving suggestions, I dont have any expirience with emessions testing. My state doesnt do it.

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    so where did all you guys pick up your TSP Rumbler cat-back... I'm looking to pick one up but I don't know if the shops up here in Canada supply TSP... any inputs?

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    Order from Texas Speed yourself have it shipped up to you and put it on your self its really easy. The hardest part is getting the old one off. Putting the new one on is a matter of tightening some clamps and hooking it up to the exhaust hangers that are already on your car. If you took it to a shop they better not charge you more than an hour labor to put it on because its a piece of cake. You don't have to buy the exhaust system through the shop they will put it on if you bring one to them.

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    when I do the exhaust on my car I intend on doing Pacesetter LT & ORY with a TSP Rumbler cat-back... do you think I could install all that myself with pretty inexperienced skills... I don't think its impossible I'm sure I could do it I'm just trying to gauge if I want to bother going through the aggrivation or just pay some cash andget it done....

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    My friend has one on his 2000 Camaro Z28 and it sounds pretty good!

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    Bouvs, from what i understand installing headers is more than a pain in the ass than anything. I don't think it requires alot of mechanical skill but just lots of cussing and bloody knuckles.

    Personally i'd just take it to a shop depending on what they'd charge. I didn't do mine because i got a buddy to do it for cheap. But it will throw a code afterward because you won't be using two of the 02 sensors that normally go in the cats. So you'll need to get it tuned or by 02 simulators.

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