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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-31-2003, 03:52 PM Thread Starter
 
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Some Input needed

well my other account is messed up and i cant post so i made this account so i could.

I am debating on what to do with my xmas money. Over the break i have installed the eiback kit and im gonna be doing the jmod before i go back to school. I want to hear my engine. But i aslo want to put the pullies on. so im debating some options. I know i would like to have Dynomax Super Turbos. I dont want it loud. so i felt this was a good option on mufflers. So here are the options i am debating and i would like some input on.

Option #1:
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Dynomax Cat Back with Super Turbos

Option # 2:
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Steeda Underdrive Pullies

Option #3:
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Replace Stock Mufflers with Dynomax Super Turbos
March Underdrive Pullies

all of these options should run right around the same price. cat back being a lil more. so what do you think i should do? i know people talk about the steedas cause they are non piggy back. I have wondered are there any real noticable benefits besides lookin cleaner to have non piggy back vs piggy back. So im just curious as to what yall think i should do. Im tempted to go with option 3 because this car isnt gonna see any major mods ie PI upgrade anytime soon. So im not gonna be pushing major power anytime in the near future. i do plan on chip and maf later. so....thanks for your input.

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-31-2003, 10:18 PM
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I own the march pulleys and there very good but if you want the most bang for the buck put on the flowmaster exhaust kit for our cars and gut the cats i went from 16.3 to 15.5 with doing the exhaust cost me 400 installed.
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post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-01-2004, 11:08 PM
 
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yeah i agree with the flowmaster cat back. I went with that and the ASP pullies. The flowmaster has a good tone to it, lets people know there's a V8 under there. But as for performance wise, don't look for any huge gains with the pullies and cat back, a little there but not much
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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-03-2004, 12:37 AM
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just fyi, the steeda pullies are made by asp for steeda. they are the same thing and the asp's can be had for a lot cheaper than steeda. if you really want steeda though check on ebay, i got mine brand new on there for $150 shipped. if i had know at the time that asp and steeda were the same i would have went with the asp's.

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post #5 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-03-2004, 12:37 PM
 
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Yeah I was trying to remember who ASP made the pullies for but I couldn't remember. But now I do...anyway, I got mine for right around $180 included shipping brand new from a non ebay internet site. If you want to know where that is I can try to find it. Also my flowamster set up was $280 from ramchargers.com or I think summit racing has it for the same price.
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