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Old 03-19-2019, 09:07 PM   #721
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Summit turbo mufflers made in USA, stainless 409 mufflers made in China. Ordered 2 turbos this afternoon, for the price I'll see how they sound. Figure if they sound good and are quiet enough I can finally install the QTP cutouts.

Have a bit of a Christine vibe going on, replacing weird **** before other things are done. Got tired of the sun visor flapping around so I ordered new ones. Pass side was original and falling apart, driver's was custom leather that felt like a elephant's penis. Glad to be rid of both of them.



Installed new plastic collars, they stay where I leave them, very happy. Just brings up the point that I need to clean, paint, install sound deadener, and purchase a headliner.

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After quickly installing them took the daughter to practice and got a dirty pic leaving. Hoping to get it washed up soon.

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Forgot to mention, picked this up on ebay for $20 shipped. It's the little things that make the difference right? Going down the road I could have my ankles sweating and the passenger side would be 60 degrees. I was getting all the heat due to fan location / direction of forced air.

This brought the air flow back into balance. I still need to tweak the box where I'd taken it apart to clean/paint/seal. Think the metal air port on my side is too large and I'm still getting a majority of the air.

Sad thing is there's a beautifully cast bowtie on the bottom of that duct that you'll never see. Not sure why GM spent time to put it there..

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Forgot to mention, picked this up on ebay for $20 shipped. It's the little things that make the difference right? Going down the road I could have my ankles sweating and the passenger side would be 60 degrees. I was getting all the heat due to fan location / direction of forced air.

This brought the air flow back into balance. I still need to tweak the box where I'd taken it apart to clean/paint/seal. Think the metal air port on my side is too large and I'm still getting a majority of the air.

Sad thing is there's a beautifully cast bowtie on the bottom of that duct that you'll never see. Not sure why GM spent time to put it there..

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I don't know what a elephant penis feels like.... but hey looks good.

On a side note, turbocharger(s) would make that exhaust sound nice and smooth lol...
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