BEST of Start Up sounds!! More than 70 Exhaust Sounds!
To celebrate my 600th video, I have made this compilation: probably all the
start up sounds from supercars I've recorded in the past years. It's the
largest start-up sound compilation on YouTube right now! I have put them
together in one video with more than 70 start up sounds!
What's you favorite start up sound? Let me know by leaving a comment
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1977 MONTE CARLO 454 drifting on forgiato fiore's
my name is Jamal Crawford the owner of Climmie...this car was built wit
love passion and a dream. I wanna thank my team bigcity carclub brothers
for helping me bring Climmie to life. I had this car go
Jeep Wrangler Project: Intake & Exhaust
Quick note: If you want a quick sound before/after comparison scroll to the
last 45 seconds.
Majority of music is from DJ Bahler, you should check him out...you'll
thank me later.
I made this to hopefully help anybody out that is looking at replacing
their stock Intake or Muffler/Exhaust
in their Jeep Wrangler. This install is on a 2004 Jeep Wrangler TJ Sport. I
utilized the wranglerforum.com, jeepforum.com, jeepz.com, youtube; as well
as a great writeup with video on over 8 types of Exhaust from jpmagazine.com.
I don't have much detail on the intake install 'cause it's so fast and
You don't need specialized tools for this, but you will need a
reciprocating saw, pneumatic impact wrench and jack (in my opinion) to
replace the Exhaust.
I purchased both my aFe Power Stage 2 Cold Air Intake (51-10142) & Banks
Monster Exhaust System (51314) on
I'm not sure anybody will actually view this, but if you do:
A. I'm from Texas, I can't do anything about the accent.
B. I'm obviously not a professional, so correct terminology, spelling, etc
aren't my strong suits.
C. This was all shot on my iPhone, sorry if the quality is not the best.
D. Someone always knows how to do it better, so my advice, ignorance, etc
is not the end all be all.
If you have any questions feel free to ask.
My next projects are installing ORO Litedots & DDM Tuning HID conversions.
2003 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS 3.8L 3800 L36 FlowMaster Super 44's & Cold Air Inductions Intake
Rolling start to 65MPH ...
Mods: FlowMaster Super 44's, Cold Air Inductions, Inc.'s intake, resonator
delete, & an L67 coil swap.
Car has 53,000 miles on it, & everything else, mechanically, is stock ...
Amsoil Signature Series 100% Synthetic Motor Oil - 0w-30
Intense Racing's polyurethane upper motor mounts - radiator/dogbone(s)
Link to FM mufflers:
Pro Toured 1984 Monte Carlo SS
My Dad and I built this car and have had it since it was brand new in '84.
Learned how to drive in this car! 1984 Monte Carlo SS. 350 HO GM
Performance crate engine, comp cam, Edlelbrock RPM intake manifold, 2.5" Exhaust, headers, B&M torque converter,
lowered, 17x8 torque thrust wheels, Baer brake track kit, Yukon 3.73 gears
and chromoly axle shafts, LSD diff, HD cross member and cut outs for true
dual Exhaust, too much to list. Sorry
for the terrible sound quality when it cranks up. Cheap camera! Here is a
link to a good video of the Exhaust
Turbocharged 2002 Monte Carlo SS exhaust cutout
BADMONTESS's shared video file. This is a walk around of my Monte. Just
finished having the motor built, still breaking it in. Wanted to post a few
clips of it's Exhaust system coming
online. Much of the vehicle has been went over. Upgraded suspension,Race
grade transmission, and all the details that goes into wanting to get an
awesome build. Not yet Dynoed, expect about 580 whp on
1970 Monte Carlo Flowmaster 50 Series Exhaust Clip w/ Cutouts
Got rid of the glasspacks and went to 3" Flowmaster 50 series and I love
them. Not too obnoxious to drive the car for 3 hours or more, but the QTP
electric cut-outs let me open the Exhaust as much as I want to make some noise.
Pypes X-Change X-pipe, custom down pipes, and 3" mandrel bent tailpipes off
ebay! I didn't want the Flowmaster tailpipes since the only style was
straight under the bumper and I like the more concealed look with no bling
383 CID Small block Chevy, 9.0:1 Compression, GM Cast iron 72cc fully
ported heads with Manley SS 2.02/1.6" valves, Edelbrock Performer RPM
intake and Thunder Series AVS 650cfm carb, Patriot clipster headers with
Jet Hot coating, Comp Xtreme energy retrofit roller cam; .536/.544" lift @
valve, 224/230 deg of duration @ .050"
1971 Monte Carlo with 454ci engine, 3" original Flowmaster 50 series mufflers, no tailpipes
This is my 1971 Monte Carlo. The video clip is for sound comparisons for
different Exhausts. The engine is
about 9:1 compression and has a small hydraulic roller cam (224/234 deg @
0.050", .527"/.544" lift). The intake is an Edelbrock RPM air gap, and the
carb is a 750 Mighty Demon mechanical Secondary. The headers are Hooker
Competition headers with 2" primaries and 3.5" collectors which go into 3"
dual Exhaust with 3" 50-Series
Flowmaster mufflers which end right before the rear end.
LB7 Duramax 4" Exhaust 8" Tip Stage 5 Intake
2003 Crew Cab Short Bed LB7/Allison 2500HD. Just rolled 100K, running a
Bills Custom Intakes Stage 5 Cold Air Intake with turbo horn, 4" down pipe back straight pipe Exhaust system, 8" tip and a Diablosport
tuner programmed on the race tune and all stock from there on out aside
from fresh Bosch injectors and Amsoil everything. Truck is pretty fast
given the few entry level mods and is pretty loud and you can hear the turbo blocks away, its insane.