Mopar SRT-10 Parts instructions

Discussion in 'Performance Mods' started by mopar_mudder, May 19, 2006.

  1. rottenronnie

    rottenronnie Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    You are still around !?!
     
  2. lxsmith2

    lxsmith2 New Member

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    Do the links still work?
     
  3. mopar_mudder

    mopar_mudder Full Access Member

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    Check my post #20 on the second page, it has the current links in it. I can't edit my original post anymore so a MOD would have to do it, hint, hint, ;)
     
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    Links no longer work please update.
     
  5. leez

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    Hey there guys...& gals, just wanted to reply a little on the exhaust. I have an 05 Yellow Fever edition SRT10 rc truck. I generally NEVER take my vehicles to any shop, for fear they'll NEVER do the job right, not only that but, more than likely a total disregard & lack of respect & care while working on my vehicle has been the result. Anyway, don't want to get me started with that! So, exhaust, I bought a set of OBX headers that came with the mid pipe & 200 cell sub-straight high flow cats. I wasn't exspecting them to be so nice, in quality and appearance, for the price that I paid. It was literally half the cost of my Belanger set w/200cell hi-flow cats. My Belanger headers are top quality, no complaints, I'm just saying for a very reasonable price you're not going to get some crappy, rattle can sprayed thin tube headers from OBX Racing. you'd get a set of heat treated polished SS headers w/1.875" primary tubes on a solid .3875" billet SS flange, that mates to the head & collecting at 3.0" matched w/3.0" sub-straight hi-flow cats & mid-pipes. So I got the rest of the cat-back in 3.0" Mangnaflow that exits through 4.0" tips. I forgot to mention, the OBX Racing headers are street legal & C.A.R.B. badged and approved, which means all 4 o2 sensors, 2 before & 2 after the cats, are there in place just like stock.
    My reason for this reply is w/headers & 3.0" complete exhaust out 4.0" tips my reg cab SRT10 is not obnoxiously loud in or out of the cab. There's definitely a CRACKLE when I fire it up, and the off throttle or down shifting gurggle is a sound of beauty as well. So, I'd say go 3.0" all the way!
    Lee
     
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    As has been said a million times on this forum ;
    YOUR POST IS NO GOOD WITHOUT PICTURES !
     
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    VIPR PWR Full Access Member

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    Plus I don’t see a listing on their website for the srt10 or Ram srt10
     
  8. NukeGM/Ford

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    Sct tyne from Torrie @ unleashedtuning.com makes all monitors ready without cats
     
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    They are on ebay as well.
     
  10. Bad Azp Performance

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    Which YF is yours?