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Thanks. Still trying to figure out how to mount the plate though. If anyone has any ideas Iím all ears
there are holes for the original panel in the trunk floor

You can bend a simple bracket to pick up those holes and catch the plate holes.

You could weld up a bracket with rods to match the others you have there


Or maybe a horizontal rod going from the verticals


OR , depending on how vicious your local constabulary are, slap it in the back window
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So it's available in angled-tip and straight-tip?

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Can you get the tips without that engraving?

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So it's available in angled-tip and straight-tip?


Check with Millionaire. Theyíd probably do it.


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Can you get the tips without that engraving?


Yes, I requested mine without and thatís how I got it.


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Can you get the tips without that engraving?


Not sure. But they probably want their branding on there. Check with Millionaire.


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Anyone done an install with a clam hinge? Looking to set the car up with a BOE hinge but running into clearance issues...wondering if there is a solution that has worked before we start making parts...

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Anyone done an install with a clam hinge? Looking to set the car up with a BOE hinge but running into clearance issues...wondering if there is a solution that has worked before we start making parts...


I have the hinge and had issues with my Larini. I donít have the ability to shorten the cable, so I basically wrapped it around the mount point once to effectively shorten it. That then stopped the clam just before it made contact with the tips. You donít have quite as much access but it worked. I havenít tried since installing the titanium exhaust but given that the exit points are the same as the Larini, I donít foresee any issues.


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Damn this thing has many angles and why has one tip 2 silencers and the other one only 1?

Isn't there a Version with just one Silencer and a straight side tip possible? - Like the BOE Featherweight?

It has resonators on both outlets. Check original post.



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@KZ3 How does it sound with your setup? Do you get the gurgles and pop? Flames even with no supercharger? Man, this is truly tempting. After Brandon's vid, I can't stop thinking about scooping one up lol. TIA

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@KZ3 How does it sound with your setup? Do you get the gurgles and pop? Flames even with no supercharger? Man, this is truly tempting. After Brandon's vid, I can't stop thinking about scooping one up lol. TIA


Yes, tons of gurgles and pops. I can make it sound like similar to an F type on decel
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I have the hinge and had issues with my Larini. I donít have the ability to shorten the cable, so I basically wrapped it around the mount point once to effectively shorten it. That then stopped the clam just before it made contact with the tips. You donít have quite as much access but it worked. I havenít tried since installing the titanium exhaust but given that the exit points are the same as the Larini, I donít foresee any issues.


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What rear support did you use? Pics please...

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What rear support did you use? Pics please...


Rear support for what? The diffuser? Mineís GRP, but you have to remove that to tilt clam.


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Rear support for what? The diffuser? Mineís GRP, but you have to remove that to tilt clam.


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Got it, was trying to do the BOE style where the clam can tilt with the support in place.

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Just pulled the trigger on mines. Sucks I didnít see it earlier and get in the group buy.


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Anyone else interested in another group buy (not sure how many people they would need to offer the same part)? Now that they have the jigs, hopefully wouldn’t need a lot.
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My single order was $1895. Not sure how many for a GB but last GB had 8 orders for $1600.

You can contact Millionaire (wolf) for more info. I would guesstimate 5 or more...


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I confirmed, we would need 5 total. I would be in if we could do meet it.
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Here is what I did to make the BOE clam hinge support work, looks like it will all clear with no removal of parts. Still need to limit the cable length so the tips don’t touch the clam will be my guess...
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Also made a set of adjustable exhaust hanger mounts so I could align the tips and get them to sit level. These also lower the tips a bit so hopefully they won’t burn the edge of the clam.
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