Dude, that is the same exhaust system I want to put on my baja. Can't wait until I actually get to the point of bolting on an exhaust. Just out of curiosity, how do you keep rain out of it? I have been told I can go to a tractor supply house and get a "flapper" to go on top of the pipe. I don't think they will effect performance at all, but what do you think?
I found these jokers: http://store.airflo.com/exhaust-rain-caps.html. I think it might look kind of cool. The best part, I would never have to remember to put it on, as it will always be on. A coffee can, I would probably forget from time to time. Not to mention I would also have to worry about some friendly jackass coming by and taking it off and letting my exhaust fill up with water. I don't think having one of these rain caps on there would effect operation at all. Do you? Of course, I could always go the easy route and drill "drain holes" in my headers. I am sure they will work just as well as the "speed holes" in my fenders.
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