Any reason behind your Choice of using Corsa?Bestia#1 said:I have kooks headers and stock mufflers. It has a nice throaty sound but when I hit it sometimes it sounds like the mufflers don't have enough escape. Still debating on putting corsa mufflers.
Awesome! I actually just bought the Lingenfelter pulley and S-Belt along with a 160 deg thermostat and cold air intake all as a kit from Lingenfelter!Adic2Speed said:I have some stuff I'm selling, may be what your looking for.
That's good to know! Sounds like what I'm looking for! I was wondering about the lack of a center support on that system when I was looking at it, didn't know if it would be an issue or not :-/thegraham77 said:I have SW full exhauset (header, no cats and their "mufflers"). I love it. It sounds like a beast at idle with that deep throaty sound. The mufflers dont't really muffle very much, but I'm ok with that. I started out with their cat back system. i have a CAI so I could really hear that blower whine. Now with headers and no cats i cant really rear it anymore, which is disappointing. Only downfall I would say with SW is there is not central support on the exhaust. Headers bolted to the block and then your next support is at the rear bumper with the rubber hangers. I think I'm gonna have to fab my own hager for the middle of the exhaust so it doesnt move around under there.
Did you install the system yourself? Was it fairly painless if you did?thegraham77 said:ja8ow
I had a buddy following me tell me that the mufflers were moving around a little bit. i havent noticed any bending or anything unusual under the car when i have it on the lift tho. i guess its better to be safe and make my own hanger than have something happen and my exhaust get all screwed up from movement. not sure why SW didnt just include a hanger that would bolt to the existing hole from the factory one. the SW is a larger diameter so it won't fit in the factory hanger that you will have to remove.