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    Just got my TSP True Duals on

    And i thought they would of tucked up better, but seeing them I guess they couldnt. The driver side is touching frame rails in two spots, passenger side is good. the driver side muffler needed to have the corner BFH to clear fuel/brake lines. All in all, got it in, and have 1 7/8" clearance at the mufflers.

    What kind of clearance do you all have???

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    could you post pictures?

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    that doesnt sound right man...yeah can you post some pictures? I actually thought about getting this setup..ide like to see what it looks like under the car though first.

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    I will post some pics hopefully wednesday, been busy. Here is a vid of the idle
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    Shoulda asked first! Clearance is an issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabrizi View Post
    Shoulda asked first! Clearance is an issue.
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    hey nice ride man, i noticed your last name is fabrizi,by any chance is rinaldo fabrizi kend to you he has a parts store in rowlett?

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    mines tucks up better then that does

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    I have 3-4" clearance with mine. Initial install I had the x on incorrectly which gave me about 1" after looking at it I swapped it around and was much happier with 3-4". What brand Headers do you have, that may play a role in your clearance too, as some headers have clearance issues themselves.

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    sounds real good though!!1

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    I have the Jet Hots, but they are touching the floorpan up to the X pipe, no clearance issues except for the actual mufflers which are touching the tranny tunnel as well. My car is lowered with the prokit springs as well. I dont see how you have 4" of clearance at the mufflers unless you have different muffs then i do, cause mine are tounching the floorpan and you cant go any higher then that

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    I have sweet thunders, i bet you have the dynomax bullets. My muffler is 3" diamater as the dynomax is like 3.5" The ones in Fabrizi's pix I believe are the dynomax.....see how the muffler is a little bit larger in diameter compared to the rest of the piping?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheeler99WS6 View Post
    I have sweet thunders, i bet you have the dynomax bullets. My muffler is 3" diamater as the dynomax is like 3.5" The ones in Fabrizi's pix I believe are the dynomax.....see how the muffler is a little bit larger in diameter compared to the rest of the piping?
    Mine are SLP Shotgun Resonators...

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    If you have less than 4 inches of clearance, you did something wrong. Unbolt everything and try it again. *edit* Nevermind, you being lowered may have something to do with your clearance. The prokit probably dropped you nearly 2 inches, so you may not get any better than you are.

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    Fabrizi, you've got to be able to get better clearance than that! I wouldn't even drive that car with that set up.
    Last edited by Kamauxx; 01-13-2008 at 10:11 AM.

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    Lowered and on 16 inch wheels.

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    I had clearance issues trying to keep the drivers side away from the fuel lines but I only have problems if I have 2 people in the back. So I just dont have any passengers unless I absolutly have to. Mine is the one on the right.

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    You can move the fuel lines up to one of the higher holes in the plastic bracket. Tha'll keep em a good .5-1" away from the exhaust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamauxx View Post
    You can move the fuel lines up to one of the higher holes in the plastic bracket. Tha'll keep em a good .5-1" away from the exhaust.
    Pics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamauxx View Post
    You can move the fuel lines up to one of the higher holes in the plastic bracket. Tha'll keep em a good .5-1" away from the exhaust.
    Did that as well, my exhaust actually hits that bracket

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabrizi View Post
    Pics?
    I don't have any pics of it. Kinda hard spot to get to.

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