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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-15-2014, 05:17 PM Thread Starter
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Default Maxxed out?

If I was looking to build a maxxed out N/A powerplant (116) would the Tri-Ovals stand up to what I want?
Would they be optimum, or would you recommend a different exhaust?

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-15-2014, 06:10 PM
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Your best bet would be to ask who's building your more they know what exhaust would work best

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Yep. What VJ said. Contact the Vic Shop, Lloyd, or KevinX but don't even bother until you have the funds to do so because a lot of things can change between now and then if it will be a while.
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Default prolly not

first issue are the kats in the head pipes, second is its very restrictive as the exhaust must go around a solid end thru the louvers in the big long baffle. my guess is the RPW thor or newest bassani mid length road rage. i have the tri-pro installed by the former owner but drilled out for better sound + performance. its quite heavy as well! i am thinking about either pipe i mentioned above
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so far from whats been said about the stock headpipes with the cats is they are the best performers up to 130 hp

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Define maxxed out? Do you mean every currently available bolt on part along with a custom tune? Or are you going to have a proper engine builder pull it apart and BUILD the motor?

If A, there will be a difference between exhausts but it probably won't be massive.

If B, find a proper engine builder that can also build a custom exhaust tuned to the build and forget about anything off the shelf.

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