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Old 02-26-2009, 06:17 PM
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Default Jett-Stream Rear Exhaust Muffler

Can you use a header with the Jett-Stream Rear Exhaust Muffler?
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Old 02-26-2009, 08:48 PM
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Default RE: Jett-Stream Rear Exhaust Muffler

With that setup, no.
That is a RE jett-stream setup, similar to what we provide with the side exhaust engines. It is essentially pre-tuned.
You would not wish to extend the system length with a header between the engine and muffler.

The only thing that can really be changed is the stub-header angle. Can be straight, or cut to rise/fall up to about 20deg.

However, no problem removing the stub header adapter, and bolting on a header shape/size you wish combined with a tuned pipe.
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Default RE: Jett-Stream Rear Exhaust Muffler

Do you think the Gold muffler could be used to "add header length"...?
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Default RE: Jett-Stream Rear Exhaust Muffler

That might be one approach, but I do not believe Dub has built anything like that in the past.

Making a header with the o-ring attachments would be a challenge.
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