Beasty GT-R R35 equipped Armytrix Performance Exhaust and Liberty Walk body kits
Credit: @Pat0bey and @Full Focus
Official website: http://www.armytrix.com
Armytrix Corp. has established itself as a manufacturer of world class
titanium and stainless valvetronic Exhaust system for high-end performance cars.
ARMYTRIX R&D team consists of German and Japanese factory engineers and
supercar tuning experts, each of them has more than decades of knowledge
and experiences in race track and automotive performance industry.
The meaning behind the name of "ARMYTRIX" is to armed your vehicle with
state-of-the-art engineered Exhaust
system for higher level of performance, durability, and intoxicating
sensational Exhaust sound. ARMYTRIX
has become one of the most desirable valvetronic Exhaust system in the market that truly stands
out from rest of others.
Production of the G&G GP exhaust for the Yamaha R6
Have you ever wondered, how your G&G GP Exhaust is produced? This video shows a couple
of the steps in the process of creating your Exhaust. All our Exhausts are hand-made in Italy, according to
high standards. Of course, we are always ready to answer all your
We receive a lot of comments about the fact that no welding gloves are
used. Our main goal was to show the process as well as we could, and the
decision was made not to use gloves for once. Rest assured that our welders
normally use protective gear. We thank you for your concern for our
Check www.gegshop.nl for our different GP Exhausts.
Removing Rusted Honda Exhaust Fasteners
In this video I show you how to remove the stubborn Exhaust nuts found on 90s Accords.
I also include the replacement of a front flex pipe on a 1997 California
emissions model Accord since that's the reason I needed to remove them in
the first place.
They're usually found holding the catalytic converter to the rear Exhaust pipe on more common federal emissions
model Accords. On this Accord they hold both ends of the front flex pipe
to the Exhaust system.
While the 10mm heads on the nuts may lead you to believe the studs are a
small diameter. They're actually much larger in diameter than they look.
The small heads on the nuts give you less surface area to grab when
removing them and increase the likelihood of rounding them off. Especially
if they're badly rusted.
Don't attempt to reuse the old nuts purchase replacements from the dealer
they've been revised with 14mm heads that will make removal much easier in
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Honda MSX / GROM Tyga exhaust
Little walk around and sound check of my Honda MSX 125 or in the US known
as the Honda GROM. Great little bike for fun driving. It's not massively
quick but it has grunt and handles great!
Highest shift was around 7k, still breaking in...
Filmed with: GoPro Hero 3
Full Tyga Exhaust system
Tyga tail tidy
Tyga carbon tank shrouds
Turbospoke - The Bicycle Exhaust System
Buy here: http://www.speedwaymotors.com/turbospoke,50683.html
turbospoke is a complete Exhaust system that fits to any bike and makes
it look and sound just like a real dirt bike. turbospoke is based on the old
'baseball-card-in-the-spokes' concept, brought right up to date. The
realistic engine sounds are created using long lasting plastic cards, a
clever sound chamber and an awesome megaphone Exhaust pipe which really amplifies the sound.