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Old 02-08-2008, 09:35 AM
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So how exactly would go about to plug up those 2 noise reducing holes?
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Originally Posted by XCRuna1201 View Post
So how exactly would go about to plug up those 2 noise reducing holes?
There is an inherent risk with all methods of plugging those holes. Like suggested, contact professionals regarding your intentions and take their advice seriously.

There are people that have successfully plugged the leakage ports, whether they used JB Weld or had professional welding done, I don't know. Just remember that if there are complications with this modification, it could mean severe disaster...
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There is an inherent risk with all methods of plugging those holes. Like suggested, contact professionals regarding your intentions and take their advice seriously.

There are people that have successfully plugged the leakage ports, whether they used JB Weld or had professional welding done, I don't know. Just remember that if there are complications with this modification, it could mean severe disaster...
That sounds like a job for, Du du du dunnnn MATT @ Tune Time!
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I wonder if someone would prefab pieces to weld into the leakage port's . That way you wouldnt have to worry about them as much , just weld around the outside of the case . It's not something that i would want to do just because i'd be paranoid about uneven heating and warpage.
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Originally Posted by XCRuna1201 View Post
So how exactly would go about to plug up those 2 noise reducing holes?
Before I mention how to do it from a mechanical design POV, I want to state that I don't recommend doing this at all.

If you can't metal weld it, or JB weld it.... there is only one thing you can do... Press it.
You'd have to press in an aluminum filler, and shave bottom flush again.
For ease of process, it would be beneficial to bore out the holes to be round first (as opposed to the stock oblong shape).

History has shown that a proper press job will not fall out, and will not affect the structural integrity of the part.
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I'm one who used JB Weld on my silencer slots. Thousands of miles later, no problems so far. I'm itching to pull it back off just to check on them, but i'll wait for a warmer date.
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I'm one who used JB Weld on my silencer slots. Thousands of miles later, no problems so far. I'm itching to pull it back off just to check on them, but i'll wait for a warmer date.
+ 1 on the confidance for me now that JB Wleding would be an ok way to go (With some one who knows what there doing)
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I'm one who used JB Weld on my silencer slots. Thousands of miles later, no problems so far. I'm itching to pull it back off just to check on them, but i'll wait for a warmer date.
How much louder did it get?
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How much louder did it get?
yes... how much
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Originally Posted by RuSSo-29 View Post
yes... how much
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go to svtpeformance, some of the cobra guys do it, and yes it is louder to the point you can tell a difference.
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SAWEET! I'm having a Shop p&p my S/c... I'll talk to them about also filling in these holes
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i filled my holes..(that sounds dirty) passing people with there windows down has never been more fun. the scream dosnt seem louder just more high pitched and and is louder sooner.
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Tell me this (for those that know):

Is there a gasket of some sort between the SC and the motor? And if so, why can't one be cut/made
that blocks off those two port areas? Unless the holes are recessed up in the housing. That would shoot
this idea down.

But what about it? A gasket mod?
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Originally Posted by Misery5567 View Post
Tell me this (for those that know):

Is there a gasket of some sort between the SC and the motor? And if so, why can't one be cut/made
that blocks off those two port areas? Unless the holes are recessed up in the housing. That would shoot
this idea down.

But what about it? A gasket mod?
Yes, the outlet port and backflow slots are recessed from the gasket surface.
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I thought it was too easy of an idea
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The whine becomes apparent the second the bypass fully closes and the car begins using the boost, IE 1PSI. At that low of pressure, it isn't loud by any means, but you can surely hear it.

By the time I reach my full 18, the thing is screaming. First night I had it, went under an overpass with windows down WOT in 2nd and my ears were hurting.
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What did you use to fill yours up?
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