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Dr. Frankencougie inspired me some time ago... and I decided to do it. I'm very happy I did. It breathes easier, and sounds excellent. I'll take more detailed undercar shots the next time it's on the lift. There's more info on my Cardomain page, link below. Pages 7 - 10 have a number of more recent pictures. Safe weekend... AJL

http://www.cardomain.com/member_pages/view_page.pl?page_id=279045&page=10

 

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Looking pretty darn good... Think there was any large gain by placing in center rear?
 

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Krazy T... thanks! With the new cat assembly, and the straight-thru exhaust, I notice a little better pull in the middle ranges. No break-neck difference, but detectable. The car definitely runs cooler. The cats were in really bad shape.

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Marcus... Thanks for the tip - no pun intended. Vectored thrust is an interesting concept for an automobile. Hmmm... a couple compressor stages on the exhaust and we might just have something.

Say, what is that odd bird anyway? Nothing in our active inventory. Either experimental, or offshore. Best -

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Anthony J. Lewis said:
Say, what is that odd bird anyway? Nothing in our active inventory. Either experimental, or offshore. Best -

Anthony L.

Supposedly it's a MiG-29 variant. The most common designation I've seen for it is MiG-29OVT. I really do like the center exhaust. It makes for a sharp looking car!

Marcus
 
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