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Without a brown paper bag full of green to grease some wheels your sure are right. Love it but she will need to be chocked down and almost undriveible to shut it up.


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Lots of steel wool in the exhaust Boof.


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Yes - also some thin alloy plate with a series of small holes it placed between joints in the exhaust system - turns the pipes into long mufflers. Car will run crap though.


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Has anyone tried these for noise reduction?

www.summitracing.com/i.../overview/

great progress Steve,


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Cool that is what I was describing though a single layer while that solution is a better one - thanks for the link.


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ND69 wrote
Has anyone tried these for noise reduction?

www.summitracing.com/i.../overview/

great progress Steve,


That is an excellent piece of kit. Like
As boof say's the single plate with restricting holes does work but the car suffers.
As for the bird wire up the bum, I am not a fan but did have some success once and wonder why I bothered.
This is for a customer to help with licensing and he was on a budget and the system had been welded so the flange insert could not be used, so I rolled up the wire as tight as I could and inserted it into the tail pipe. All good, it sprung out and locked in real nice and seemed to quieten the car nicely.
Up to licensing and all went well apart from when the inspector got in for his drive, on start up he gunned the bloody thing and out of the back shot this rolled bullet of f*ckin chicken wire. Now the inspector is grinning like a maniac while he revs the hell out of the car and just seems to be enjoying himself as he takes off. But I have to sort of siddle across the compound and retrieve this roll of wire to dispose of before any of the others see it, stuffed if I know how they did not hear it though.
Anyhow it all went OK but still makes me smile seeing that galvo bullet shot across the compound.


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looks pretty smik Steve et.al. A big block BBQ, with friends, sounds like a great idea.

Put a plate in the exhaust, get it passed and then fling the things over the fence into the old lady's yard (there is always one nearby and they love the attention- don't they JBB)

Are you sure about those wheels?

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Got room for a couple of resi's Steve ? got a couple of long ones that are 2.5 in.... should be enough to take out the crackle but leave the snap n pop...


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If it wasn't so far away I would come to the BBQ too...never mind....see you all at the next Canberra Mustang Show.
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Ah Medic, and we thought you had been bitten by a cane toad and croaked it.


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Nope...to many distractions, here in God's country...taken hunting back up so I spend a lot of time contract roo shooting. I now also care take cattle stations over school holiday breaks for the farmers to take a break with their families and kids. Heart breaking to see the effects of the drought in central Queensland. Life is good, off to the Birdsville races for a well earned break.
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Good on ya Medic, you are a good guy no matter what others say.


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Agree with Justin, very honourable, but we knew that already. When can we come up for a fishing/hunting weekend, I am sure many will want to come


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I would.


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Back from my travels, great time had at Birdsville, flew over Longreach on the way back and it was soul destroying, for the locals....rain soon we all hope. Don't drive my ponies much, but do have a wedding to do 2morrow with both cars. my new workshop is still not finished, but hopefully soon.
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