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  1. #11
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    Aug 2006
    There is now a fix for reversion. a company Performance resources designed a product to eliminate it. Works great and saves engines.

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    Registered Dude! Sweet!'s Avatar
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    Pantera 28
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    Nov 2006
    Huntington Beach, CA
    This is what Tank was talking about... Dry pipes with a little tiny dump at the top to save the flap and look wet, the rest comes out the bottom. It's loud and sounds bad-ass!

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    Geronimo36 Gold Member Panther's Avatar
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    36' Apache Warrior
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    Sep 2002
    Elkton, MD
    I like the best of both worlds..... 95% dry pipes with a small weep hole at the end of the pipe to let a mist of water out so you can run switchable mufflers. When the mufflers are closed you quiet it down, when they're open it's amost like having dry exhaust!

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