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TorchRedSVT
07-24-2006, 02:02 AM
LFP ported Eaton w/Billetflow 2.93 pulley
lower 4lb pulley
JLT intake (cai or rai)

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Those are the things I am sure about. I already have the eaton and pulley.. My exhaust is the one I am having the WORSE time deciding what I want.. I want a nice gain but also a nice deep tone. My goal is to reach around or close between 480-500 range. Any suggestions let me know!

TL04SVT
07-24-2006, 05:27 AM
With the 2.93 upper I'd suggest getting the idler pullies to help with belt wrap, and I like the JLT CAI
You'll need to get a MAF extender more than likely cause with a port, 2.93 upper and 4lb lower you'll be over 500rwhp depending on how aggressive you get with your tune.

Any cat-back is going to give you a gain and be less restrictive than the stock cat-back. I suggest Magnaflow, they have a great sound at idle and cruising, but really open up when you get on the gas.......... www.completeexhaust.com (http://www.completeexhaust.com) for the best price!:thumbsup:

TorchRedSVT
07-24-2006, 11:19 AM
Thanks. What do you think about SLP?

Linn@Amazon
07-24-2006, 01:43 PM
we have used the SLP catted midpipe with the Borla Stingers...nice exhaust tones and performance...makes it difficult to choose exhaust because everyone likes something different....lots of good choices out there..I dont think you could go wrong no matter what you select

TorchRedSVT
07-24-2006, 07:29 PM
I think I want to go with mac off road prochamber and mac catback.. People tell me its the deepest tone.. I would go SLP but there like 2 other guys when we go out on the weekends that have them and I want to be different..

Linn@Amazon
07-24-2006, 07:32 PM
good choice...MAC has really stepped up to address the quality issues they had in the past...the SS system is very nice and well priced...

TorchRedSVT
07-24-2006, 09:25 PM
Where is the best place to buy it at? I have like 475 to spend.. Whats the black coating stuff? does it last long?

InfamousSVT
07-25-2006, 06:22 AM
The black coating is like a ceramic coating, it just helps keep the pipes lasting longer so they won't rust.

I've heard a MAC set-up on a couple cars and it sounds pretty good, nice and load and deep.

Good luck with the set-up :thumbsup:

ausie
07-25-2006, 07:33 AM
Ceramic coatings or the black oxides are typically used on mild steel. 304 stainless steel would probably last longer and does not require the high temperature exposure or chemical process that is required for ceramic or oxide coatings. Not quite sure what happens to the coating when the pipes are clamped together if the kit is more than one part per exhaust side. I like SLP but they have gone too modular for my liking (the only good thing about that is you can swap out resonator to muffler or straight pipe if you so desire). The SLP kit I had on my 01 and have on my 04 is welded at the resonator so it is not a modular type kit. So far with the different types of weather I have driven it in including the salted roadways in winter there is no rust to be found. The 304 stainless steel almost looks like it did when I first put it on. When compared to the factory cat back (supposed to be stainless but what grade ?? 1818 more than likely) has become discolored and almost looks like it is rusting.

blk04cobra1
07-25-2006, 04:42 PM
We are a direct dealer for MAC, i'll shoot you some pricing :thumbsup: