Summit Electric Cutout Kits Beware!

Mopar Exhaust Systems

  1. ralleyred

    ralleyred Well-Known Member

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    what jbc426 did in that video: startled the shit out of me and made my air freshener fall off the mirror. And if the wife had been with me, forgetaboutit :)
     
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    Yes Jerry6, I have a vacuum canister hiding under the street rod. On my 69 Barracuda, I have a big vacuum canister (Hi-C fruit juice can) under the left front fender. That way, you can open them at WOT and have enough pull to yank them all the way.
    Tom
     
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    I've had DMH 3" electric cutouts on my big block Duster for a few months now and I can honestly say there are ZERO downsides to these things, they are a total blast!
    I don't use them to pull into car shows or anything like that, just like to bang gears with them opened up for a few seconds on a back road. I can run quiet turbo mufflers and just crack open the cutouts slightly and it just gives it a little more growl.

    The DMH's were about $380 total but he was easy to deal with and said his switches never short out or break, and if it did he'd just send me a new one. He also warranties the cutouts unless they've been smashed into the ground.

    I have about 2' of pipe after my header collectors, then the cutouts, it sounds perfect to me.
     
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