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Does anyone have a sound clip of how the gern pipe would sound like with OEM canisters? thanks.
http://youtu.be/6uBlUhshqwQ

Sorry, not high quality audio and plenty of wind noise, but this is all I have. Volume got higher and sound got raspier. Plenty of rasp in the 3-5k range under load.

EDIT: Sorry! Forgot to mention this is the STR spec midpipe so it's missing some baffling! Thanks for catching that URGE!
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Does anyone have a sound clip of how the gern pipe would sound like with OEM canisters? thanks.
http://youtu.be/6uBlUhshqwQ

Sorry, not high quality audio and plenty of wind noise, but this is all I have. Volume got higher and sound got raspier. Plenty of rasp in the 3-5k range under load.
Thank you for posting Satoman..

Keep in mind this is an STR pipe which doesnt have as any sound damping in the expansion chamber. We had to use a narrower expansion chamber in order to me STR requirements for the Cat placement and thus no sound packing material. Regular Gernpipe will be a little quieter.

Here is a picture of his OEM exhaust welded into the STR gernpipe by his shop.

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Originally Posted by Urge View Post
Originally Posted by satoman44' timestamp='1457130870' post='23899452
[quote name='Carbon Blue' timestamp='1457128626' post='23899424']
Does anyone have a sound clip of how the gern pipe would sound like with OEM canisters? thanks.
http://youtu.be/6uBlUhshqwQ

Sorry, not high quality audio and plenty of wind noise, but this is all I have. Volume got higher and sound got raspier. Plenty of rasp in the 3-5k range under load.
Thank you for posting Satoman..

Keep in mind this is an STR pipe which doesnt have as any sound damping in the expansion chamber. We had to use a narrower expansion chamber in order to me STR requirements for the Cat placement and thus no sound packing material. Regular Gernpipe will be a little quieter.

Here is a picture of his OEM exhaust welded into the STR gernpipe by his shop.

[attachment=92102:OEM Integration 1.JPG]
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Yikes! Sorry, forgot to mention it was the STR spec pipe! Edited my post above.
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Thanks for the video and info!
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Are there any benefits to be had when the gern pipe is used in conjunction with a turbo setup?
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Originally Posted by blueap2 View Post
Are there any benefits to be had when the gern pipe is used in conjunction with a turbo setup?
The Mid Pipe was designed and tuned for NA by pulling more air through motor during VTEC overlap, creating >10 ft lbs gains over a test pipe through out the mid range

That being said, we have had a few customers install on a turbo and one noted a dyno that reduced spool >500 RPM. We have not received the dyno yet, but must assume that this improvement would be with a higher VTEC point as the improved scavenging would reduce intake pressure during cam overlap. Essentially our mid pipe would help turbos below VTEC thus allowing you to keep a higher VTEC.
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