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Can someone give me some instructions or links in aiding the building of a custom exhaust. Also the products that will help me and which will be the best to use.


<hr noshade width=60% size=1 align=left>1998 Titanium Silver Tiburon
Custom Painted Dash ( Blue )
TKO Muffler
400 watt Rockford Fosgate amp
Will have 2 12" subs in spare tire well
 

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Ight snoop, well first off, unless you can mandrel bend pipe, a custom exhaust isn't gonna help you. IF you just want noise, and no power, take off your stock muffler, go to pep boys or one of those auto stores and buy a piece of straight pipe that will slide into your stock exhaust pipe. I would suggest welding it, but i doubt you can do that, so go to a hardware store and get some welders putty or something to bond metal. Then go buy a resonated tip, like a Pacesetter, and slap it on the end of the pipe. Presto, you have yourself a Seriously Riced out exhaust.<img src=/images/forums/snitz/thumbup.gif width=25 height=18 border=0>


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I want power though.<img src=/images/forums/snitz/wink.gif width=15 height=15 border=0>


<hr width=60% noshade size=1 align=left>1998 Titanium Silver Tiburon
Custom Painted Dash ( Blue )
TKO Muffler
400 watt Rockford Fosgate amp
Will have 2 12" subs in spare tire well
 

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Well snoop, then i would suggest paying the money to have an exhuast custom made by a muffler shop. They have the ability to mandrel bend pipe, which makes the bends smooth with no kinks. The kinks will rob you of power. If you still wanted to tackle this ****, you would need a welder, pipe already bent to the angles you need, and some time. Remove your stock exhaust, and the start welding pipe together to look like it, just a little bigger. Then remover the stock hangers, (the things that are attatched to you exhaust) and re-weld them in the same positions of your new exhaust. Weld a muffler at the end and slap it on.<img src=/images/forums/snitz/thumbup.gif width=25 height=18 border=0>


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