Sound Testing: Flowmasters 8 Hottest Mufflers
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We test 8 of Flowmasters most popular mufflers for street cars to muscle
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muffler is right for your car and get that classic Flowmaster sound.
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Sound Testing Hushpower Pro Series Mufflers
These Hushpower Pro Series mufflers can be used on a wide variety of
applications. During rigorous testing, they consistently delivered
performance equal to or better than open pipe systems, while dramatically
reducing sound levels across the rpm range. Hushpower Pro Series mufflers
feature T409 stainless steel internal construction covered by an outer case
manufactured from durable 18-gauge black aluminized steel.
Does Lacquer Thinner Clean Catalytic Converters? -EricTheCarGuy
Link to Scotty Kilmer's Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5icTmYItwiE
After watching Scotty's video I was curious if it would actually work.
Since we know from my video on diagnosing catalytic converters that the
catalytic converters in my Subaru were bad, I though it was a perfect
opportunity to try out this theory. I used about 1 quart of lacquer thinner
to about 7 gallons of gas. I drove a total of 200 miles and tested the
converters. The testing showed a very slight improvement but nothing that I
would call significant. It was worth a try. I can say that I did not notice
any issues with drivability during or after the test. It may not have fixed
the problem, but it didn't seem to cause any other problems either. I feel
the check engine light that came on was just a coincidence and not the
result of putting lacquer thinner in the gas tank. Here's some useful links
Diagnosing a P0420: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9VZ5K8n5jj0
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HOW TO make your exhaust LOUDEST
*STOP the comments on how bad the welds were. I know they were shit. Take
a look at the rust I was welding on. This was one of my first times
welding. I didn't know you had to get the welding surface to bare metal
back then. Also, I was working with a 110 harbor freight welder.*
This is a video on how to make your Exhaust straight piped but still look like you
have a muffler.
WARNING: Doing this mod may make your vehicle not pass inspection or
emissions. Keep that in mind if you want to make your Exhaust straight piped.
Check out my YouTube channel for other how-to videos and other Exhaust videos!
My vehicle is a 1991 Toyota 4Runner with a 3.0 V6 5 speed. Lifted 3" with
Feel free to comment with any questions.
What Happens if You Replace the Exhaust Resonator With a Pipe? : Under the Car Repairs
When you replace the spark arrestor or resonator with a piece of pipe, a
few key things can happen. Find out what happens when you replace the spark
arrestor or the resonator with a piece of pipe with help from an expert in
the automotive industry in this free video clip.
Expert: Robert Holcomb
Filmmaker: Alan Mack
Series Description: Not every car repair requires you to drop potentially
hundreds of dollars at a mechanic's shop - many you can do yourself, as
long as you have the right tools. Learn about various types of under the
car repairs you can do at home with help from an expert in the automotive
industry in this free video series.