What became of exhaust valve deleat?

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  1. toplescuda

    toplescuda Silver Member

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    Just seen on ebay. Someone selling kits to eliminate/trick the exhaust valves on the hellcats
    While I been waiting for this for a while. I had thought the project had been gave up on
    Not sure wich member was working on this......did it get lined out and I missed it?
    Has any one tried on of the kits on ebay?
     
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    rayzazoo DRIVESRT.COM Gold Supporting Member

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    Several members on the forum are using it with no issues.
     
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    cruizinrc HCC New Jersey State President Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member

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    Look up timmbo he makes them I have them on my car and love them
    Ron
     
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    Is he the one selling on ebay. Or is that a differnt part/setup ?
     
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    Never Satisfied SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    Yes, he's the one. Mine just showed up today. Good guy to deal with.
     
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    Sweet. Thanks
    How involved is hooking this this up?
    And no codes??
     
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    Never Satisfied SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    Here's a great video showing install. Mine were just delivered today but there are several guys on here running them without issue.
     
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    One thing I noticed in vid. He said the valve stays in default open when not running. After he fired it up the lever moved and returned back to original post.
    Wich was open????
     
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    Sounds nice
     
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    terryturner Silver Member

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    Great idea but I'm still waiting for someone to crack the code so I can control it myself. I love the idea of being able to change volume with the flip of a switch. That's why I like cutouts but if we can do it with original parts internally that would be excellent
     
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    Corvettes have that capability...
     
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    Is the default position of the valve "open"? If so, why can't I just remove fuse #36?
     

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