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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-16-2006, 06:06 PM Thread Starter
 
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loud pipes/soft pipes with the switch of a button!

Is it possible? Has anyone ever seen or heard of such a thing? To have an extra set of pipes and a valve to direct the exhaust through a quiet set and a loud set. I'm very curious and was thinking about looking into what would be involved.

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I know I have seen (probably in summit racing catalogs) a valve that switches car exhaust between stock exhaust and open headers. I am sure that something like that could be done BUT jetting would be an issue. I would say although YES at the pipe end it could be done switching between open drag pipes and baffled pipes. But you would either have 1 way running great and the other poorly or have to jet somewhere inbetween and never have perfect running in either position.....but hmmmm could something like that be done with EFI??????
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yes, it could be done with an open loop efi system. the open loop will allow they efi system to adjust on several variables, vs a closed loop system is preset for certain rpms much like a carberator

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You stole my idea except I was going to do it to my suburban. I've always wanted that big truck sound, but it's a suburban. I thought it would be cool to have both types mounted and then crawl underneath and change the flow direction. I never got around to researching the fittings that would be needed. Sorry this was a little off topic.
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