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Old 08-03-2003, 02:35 PM   #1
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ok.... try to be easy on me but does everyones exhaust go out the side.. and if soo... do you have to cut a hole in your body?
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I can smell this will be an interesting thread.
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lol.........hehehehehe
I guess that why it says "Rookie" under is name.


YES!
Your exhaust stinger needs to have a hole on your body to let the exhaust to exhale.
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lol.........hehehehehe
I guess that why it says "Rookie" under is name.


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Your exhaust stinger needs to have a hole on your body to let the exhaust to exhale.
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do you have to cut a hole in your body?
if you don't, you'll end up smoking your car, entirely.
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if the body or some other objects block the stinger then your car can not go fast or it may stall
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WD40 may help in this case if you dont have a HOLE there?
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Old 08-03-2003, 07:28 PM   #8
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all depends on what car u have i guess
some manufacturers will let you put the exhaust on either the side or the back
not drilling the holes will make your engin go "pop"
i hope you are cutting vent holes in the windshield and rear window. with out those holes you will burn up
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WD40 may help in this case if you dont have a HOLE there?
NO!

Manticore, the WD40 will only help enlargen the HOLE, fyi.
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ok.... try to be easy on me but does everyones exhaust go out the side.. and if soo... do you have to cut a hole in your body?
Holes included in your body.. wd40 not included!
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NO!

Manticore, the WD40 will only help enlargen the HOLE, fyi.
OUCH!!!
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come on be nice!!!

yes you need to cut a hole in the body for the exhaust gases to get out.

due to better weight balance on the on road cars the exhaust pipe is put on the side. they are not all this way but a good portion of them are.
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