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Bullet Performance Exhaust + Dyno Tune

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Hey Everyone,

 

I wanted to share my experience with these mods I've done on my RCSB

 

1-Bullet Catback Exhaust ( including valved cutout )

2-Kooks Long Tube Headers + Catless (Offroad) Y Pipe

3-Volant CAI

4-Dyno Tune

 

This combination of Bullet + Kooks gives the truck a really mean sound and it rumbles like a Vette

not exaggerating, but it really does in person IMHO

 

the special feature about this cat back is that it has valved cutout, so when ever you feel like you want your truck to sound like stock exhaust, its just a push of button away as you will be seeing in the video bellow

 

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the exhaust sounds really good, very minimum drone when installed with Kooks catless pipes, no drone what so ever with stock headers & cats

 

first of all lets hear how does this catback sound with Volant CAI and stock headers and y pipe ( valve testing in the video ) earphones recommended !

 

 

 

 

 

and now lets hear how it sounds with kooks long tube headers and catless y-pipe + tuned ( valve testing in the video ) earphones recommended !

 

 

 

 

 

So what are you thoughts about the exhaust?

 

and now with the Dyno tuning

 

Enjoy !

 

 

 

Like & Subscribe to my Youtube channel if you want :)

 

Bullet Performance Exhaust Link :

 

http://www.bulletperf.com/gmc/sierra/sierra-2015.html

 

for any related inquiries I will be happy to help

 

Thanks

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Wow that's pretty cool. Can you post more details and photos about your setup? Tell me about the cutout and how you operate it from inside the cab.

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Very soothing!

 

These exhausts which allow for stock volume are beginning to appeal to me. It's just so practical for a daily driver. No more early AM cold starts waking up neighbors or rattling pictutes on the walls!

 

Great videos as well, love how you drove it in manual. Cant wait to get exhaust on mine!!

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Awesome job man. I really want to test one out. Lol

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Wow that's pretty cool. Can you post more details and photos about your setup? Tell me about the cutout and how you operate it from inside the cab.

Thanks mate!

you can see my setup in Vehicle Build section, here's a link

http://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/201484-bu3oafs-rcsb-build/

 

I do have a Remote which has on and off buttons just like this one bellow

 

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Very soothing!

 

These exhausts which allow for stock volume are beginning to appeal to me. It's just so practical for a daily driver. No more early AM cold starts waking up neighbors or rattling pictutes on the walls!

 

Great videos as well, love how you drove it in manual. Cant wait to get exhaust on mine!!

Thanks buddy, really appreciate it!

 

 

Awesome job man. I really want to test one out. Lol

Thanks man, they are really good :)

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I typed in the website on my computer, and my computer blocked the address www.bulletperf.com as malware.

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http://www.bulletperf.com

 

I just typed this in and went no problem.

It works fine on my phone, but not on my computer, weird.

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how does this setup work? Is the stock muffler still there on one side of the cutout and an aftermarket on the other?

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Sounds like my camaro does after the headers etc in track mode

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made in Kuwait...

...so?


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...so?


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
.... So, now you know.

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2 minutes ago, SWOYER said:

.... So, now you know.

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still not catching your drift but ok

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