Stacey David show how to install Quick Time Performance Electric Exhaust Cutouts on the Rat Roadster on his show Gearz. Shown on Speed Channel.
Flip the switch and go from quiet to riot in seconds.
More info can be found at:
Gramps the 11 Second Car - Build Part 7
Part 7 of the Gramps Build!
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how we've gone about it, but we can't promise that anything we show you
will work for your particular car, or that you won't harm yourself, someone
else, your car or your warranty doing it. Please be safe, be responsible
and unless you know what you're doing, do not fool around with very serious
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The Rat Roaster Final Assembly [S5 Ep.2]
One of the most exciting and time consuming parts of any project is the
final assembly. This is where you bring it all together into a finished
vehicle, and where attention to detail is so important. Today on GEARZ
Stacey walks thru some of the things that need to be done on a project
before you can actually call it "done". Fuel system, electrical,
driveshaft, these are all things that are easy to overlook and have a way
of rearing their head to bite you at the end of a project. But with a
little pre-planning and the right products, Stacey shows you how you can
easily breeze downhill and to the finish line on a project, instead of
crashing and burning so close to the finish line! After that we take a look
at the amazing 90 year history of Cornwell tools and why they are
considered the best kept secret in the tool world. Only on GEARZ!
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)
The Bushmaster [S1 Ep.1-4]
Everybody knows that rust is a fact of life?especially on older vehicles.
Today on GearZ, Stacey shows you what is involved in repairing rusty
quarter panels on legendary rocker, Ted Nugent?s Zebra Bronco?after he
subjects the ol? Bronco to some off-roading you have to see to believe!
New and Improved Doug's Electric Exhaust Cutout
Uncork your Exhaust system with the
flip of a switch. Our all NEW and Improved Doug's Electric Cut-Outs offer
superior design and function. You won't find these features anywhere else:
304 Stainless Steel construction
High Torque DUncork your Exhaust
system with the flip of a switch.
No Exhaust leak noise when closed.
Self adjusting, self cleaning gate provides lifetime leak proof seal.
Zero obstructions when fully open.
Harness pre wired for easy installation.
Kits include: cut-outs, wiring harness, and hardware
Reduced size permits greater installation options
Y-pipe installation kits available
2 1/2 and 3" sizes available
Visit www.dougsheaders.com for more information
V8 Interceptor [S4 Ep. 15-3]
Today on GEARZ, Stacey brings the Rat Roaster two steps closer to
completion as he installs a custom Exhaust system underneath the car to quiet it
down and then lays out the 3" chopped top that is going to cover the top of
the car when it's raining. If you've ever wondered how they do convertible
tops, this is the show to see. After that, he rolls back the Trail Boss
Jeep. Last week was about increasing off-road performance... this week is
about street performance, as he continues to transform it into a rig that
is Boss on the trail... and on the street! Stacey continues with the V8
Interceptor project, as he throws on wheels and tires, to give it a real
mean stance! GRRRR! Stacey also introduces the gauge cluster for the '67