Whipple , mak cat deletes, e85, full 3" with 3" bottle resonators on the H pipe and 3" magnaflow straight through mufflers. Kind of hard to tell from the video but it shakes my house. Its about as quiet as I can get it though while having straight through free flowing exhaust and mufflers.
I wonder if the gen 5 whipple would have gone higher if revved to 8k. I am making my peak power at 8k rpm on my gen 5 whippled gen 3 coyote. Do you have any dragy 60-130 or 100-150 comparisons of these setups, or 1/4 mile runs?
I tried test fitting some 345s 30 20's that werent mounted on a wheel, they seemed too big but may have worked if you are ok with the tire sticking like an inch or more past the fenders, and if your rear is high enough up for it to not hit the fenders 345's left, 305's on the right :
Its a great time but your time should be alot better with the same setup if you rev to 7800+ compared to revving to 7400 I think. You should dyno your car, centris keep making more power and more boost and you would be shifting into more power and boost also.
Why would they do this if its harmful and there is another option?
Here is what they said
"Traction control cuts fuel and spark, when that happens and you stay on the throttle you will cause it to run lean causing it to knock and potently blow up
even with the radials on we recommend...
Ive heard from my tuner and installer that having TCS on can be bad for the motor. What do you guys think? Harmful to the motor to keep TCS on and have it kick in often? I would hope it wouldn't be harmful but it would definitely kick in a lot. I usually keep tcs off but advancetrac on.