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Old 11-06-2008, 10:03 PM
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Electrical Cutouts

The greatest thing next to sliced bread
Except for the price ,,,unless you didn't pay for em

If you've got a street/strip car you have got to convince someone to buy you a set,,,,unfairly priced at around 400.

I had just the y pipe cutouts from jegs. Their ok, but crawling under car and getting dirty to uncap em gets old quick. DMH offers a set that will bolt onto these y pipes (and they actually did "bolt on") and the wiring was sooo easy.
One hot, one ground, and a switch that allows you to open them a little or all the way in about 3 seconds.

It's like a transformation from mild street machine to all out dragcar at the flip of a switch

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i'm cheap and old school. i had a 50 chevy with a 322 nailhead in it headers with cut outs. i used 2 old carburetor choke cables that i mounted under the seat to work the cut outs, cheap and easy, but now $400 is not that bad. good to know thanks.
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