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  1. 7demon2

    7demon2 Registered User #1824

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    i think i might have a great idea :!: . today it dawned on me that alot of the questions in the mopar exhaust section related to one common theme. what kind to buy, and what do they sound like? well i have watched giggy's duster video, and thought this is the kind of stuff that really helps. i think this video should be sent to the mopar exhaust section as a stick thread. anyone else that has either videos or just sound files of their set up could then post to this data bank. the posts should list engine size, compression, cam specs, headers or not, tube size( if it applies) , pipe size, type of muffler, h pipe or x or none. i think these are the only things that contribute to the sound of the exhaust sound. posts can be either a video like giggy's or a simple wave file. length should be no longer than 25-35 seconds. should include idle quality ,and a few revs of the gas. (see giggy's it is perfect) :yawinkle: what do you think........ :thumblef:
     
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    ProStreetDuster Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like a great idea to me. Ya might want to have some type of standard for how far away you record it from.
     
  3. 7demon2

    7demon2 Registered User #1824

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    i thought about that too......but i think how ever giggy's is done is about perfect. a database like this would be awesome for reference.
     
  4. giggy

    giggy Well-Known Member

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    I agree, it is a good idea. If you notice from mine you can really tell a difference between standing right behind it with the camera up at eye level, and then when I had it at outlet level it sounded different.

    But this would be a great idea, when I was looking for mufflers I would have really loved to have heard different clips in order to choose from.
     
  5. 7demon2

    7demon2 Registered User #1824

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    exactly right giggy.......i hate it when these muffler companies offer sound bites of stock trucks and suvs. sometimes a mustang, or camaro, or a rice burner. none of which is what we want to hear. i really like this idea, can't say it enough!!
     
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    duster340 street racer

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    great ideĀ“ i like it
     
  7. 7demon2

    7demon2 Registered User #1824

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    yeah i hope more people jump on this band wagon to get it rolling!
     
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    AdamR Big Member

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    Good idea, Im going to make this a sticky so get posting clips.
     
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    giggy Well-Known Member

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    Well I posted it in another thread, but I will repost link here to clip of my Duster.

    http://mywebpages.comcast.net/giggy/Duster.mpg

    It's a 340 bored .030,
    cam - .540 / .234 @ .050 intake - .525 / .246 @ .050 exhaust
    10.1 Compression
    TTI headers - 2.5" exhaust through Dynomax Super Turbos
    Eddie heads with Eddie 750 carb
     
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    7demon2 Registered User #1824

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    hey thanks adam! i think this is going to be great. is it possible to move this to the mopar exhaust section and bring giggys video in with it? it needs to really be there........thanks again!
     
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    AdamR Big Member

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    I will move the thread to the exhaust section and start another for the links to sound bites.
     
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    AdamR Big Member

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    Please post your exhaust sound bytes in this thread.

    List the following info.

    Engine size
    Cam size
    Header brand and size
    Pipe diameter
    Cross over - X pipe, H pipe, none
    Muffler type and size
    Tail pipes, size.
     
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    JLP Well-Known Member

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    Engine size: 360
    Cam size: 280 dur/.474 lift

    Header brand and size: 340 HP Manifolds
    Pipe diameter: 2 1/2"
    Cross over - X pipe, H pipe, none: X-Pipe
    Muffler type and size: Dynomax Superturbos
    Tail pipes, size. 2 1/2"


    Sound bite on site

    http://www.jlpaasch.com/Updates.htm
     
  14. 7demon2

    7demon2 Registered User #1824

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    sounds good there JLP. i was curiouse as to what the difference between the first listing is from the second? the second sounded lower and deeper.....also what is the compression you are running?
     
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    JLP Well-Known Member

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    the first one is as recorded and the second was converted to 8bit stereo. CR is 9.5
     
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    GotDart Well-Known Member

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    Since we can't attach a .wav file to a post (Valid file extensions: bmp doc gif jpe jpeg jpg pdf png psd txt zip), any suggestions on a place that will host all these sound clips permanently??
     
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    7demon2 Registered User #1824

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    Longgone John/68 Barracuda & Dart

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    If you missed it check out the thread "mufflers" by nasty68 (in July `05)and listen to mikelbecks post at full throttle.It`s almost intoxicating!
     
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    69signetv8 Well-Known Member

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    Most excellent..."One" for the "A" Bodies Only team :thumblef: :supz:

    Next we will be able to have races on line together...Get onto it boys

    Now I just got to figure out how to put it all these sound devices together :book:
     
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    69signetv8 Well-Known Member

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    ENGINE - 273
    CAM - 252/.425 (Basic Stock)
    HEADERS - Flowmaster
    PIPE SIZE - 2.50
    CROSSOVER - H
    MUFFLERS - Cherri Bomb (Glass Packs)
    TAIL PIPES - 2.50

    http://media.putfile.com/69-Signet-V8
     
  21. 7demon2

    7demon2 Registered User #1824

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    hey that sounds good 69signetv8! what compression are you running?
     
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    69signetv8 Well-Known Member

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    Da...sorry. I really can't quite remember...there was nothing speical about the rebuild in this engine...so I would guess..pretty much stock would be my answer.
     
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    69signetv8 Well-Known Member

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    PS...Notice I used the "PUTFILE"...It works :notworth:
     
  24. onehellofadart

    onehellofadart Well-Known Member

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    Engine size: 340

    Cam size: comp xe274h 274/286 - .488 - .491

    Header brand and size: Hooker Super Comp 3" ceramic in and out

    Pipe diameter: 3"

    Cross over - X pipe, H pipe,: none

    Muffler type and size: Flowmaster 50 series

    Tail pipes, size: 3"

    Sorry this is all I have at the moment: http://www.zippyvideos.com/180382157635195/mvi_0005/
     
  25. superdart

    superdart A little misguided...

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    9:1 CR
    455/475 cam (advertised)
    Cheap headers (1 5/8 primary, 3" collectors)
    Edelbrock RPM mufflers 2.5 I/O
    Aluminized 2.5" pipes (welded, custom bent), H pipe

    http://media.putfile.com/Dart46

    This is the only video I have right now. I'll get one revving when the car is back together (In garage, getting new front suspension).
     
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