Electric Exhaust Cut Outs - 1967 Chevrolet Camaro
Automotive Excellence Inc is located in Huntington Beach, CA and specializes in custom Exhaust work. This 1967 Chevy Camaro was brought to us and we installed QTP electric Exhaust cut outs. It is definitely a mild-to-wild type of modification. It's a convenient way to open up the Exhaust without having to crawl under the car. With a flip of the switch you can run wide open headers.
Electric Exhaust Cutout 5.2 V8 ZJ Grand Cherokee LOUD!
DG Motors: 666c West Hoffman Ave. Lindenhurst, NY 11757
Phone: (631) 957-8464
Here at DG Motors we just installed a Race Ready Performance Electric Exhaust Cutout Stainless Steel No Welding Kit on our very own 1996 V8 Grand Cherokee Limited. This is for all you American Muscle lovers out there! With the flip of a switch our cameraman can choose when to produce pure music and be noticed or when to hang back with low rumble of the Flowmaster Super 44 Series Muffler. Installed before the muffler and after the cat, this cutout is noticeably louder and the Jeep is more responsive down low as well as up top. Stay tuned for more! Thank You Race Ready Performance!!! The no weld kit, everything stainless steel (clamps, y-pipe, turn-down tip, nuts and bolts) all shipped for $313 UPS Ground (took 4-5 days to ship)
CHALLENGER SE DUAL EXHAUST CUTOUT [HD]
2011 Dodge Challenger SE Dual Exhaust Cutout.
The cutout is opened & closed via an electronic switch.
Shot with a Canon EOS T2i (550D)
Ignore the bottom description if you already know what Cutout is.
**To find out what effect the cutout has on the car, watch the video, if you haven't already.
An Exhaust cutout basically involves cutting the Exhaust pipe(s), then attaching an extension pipe from the cut point, resulting in an Exhaust pipe with two branches and hence two paths for the engine fumes, instead of your regular single path.
The second branch of the pipe is also provided with a valve, that can be electronically opened and closed from the driver's position. Bare in mind the branching is not visible unless you check under the car, typically.