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quiet exhaust for 2004 silverado   Tuning&Exhaust:99-05 non cal

Started Jun-18 by Jeff (ngsngsg4); 490 views.
Jeff (ngsngsg4)

From: Jeff (ngsngsg4)

Jun-18

Hi, all;

I have a 2004 Silverado (non-Cal) with Bub Big Willies on it. Very loud and I want it quiet this summer for rolling in and out of parks. Does anyone know if stock Classic or Custom pipes will work on this w/o bracket modification? If so, what years are compatible? Would I need to re-jet? If not, other suggestions for getting as quiet as possible? Thanks! - Jeff

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I'm not sure if the Bubs brackets would work. They include them with the pipes for a reason. 

For stock exhaust get something 05 down......06 up have a cat. Just get the bracket with the pipes and you'll be good to go.

Jeff (ngsngsg4)

From: Jeff (ngsngsg4)

Jun-18

Thanks so much for the quick reply! 05 on down with brackets .. . got it. Will Classic or Custom fit my Silverado as long as I have the brackets? Do you think any rejetting will be needed?

Donn (99Orton)

From: Donn (99Orton)

Jun-18

Classic or custom shouldn't matter. If anything you might need to adjust the PMS.

Jeff (ngsngsg4)

From: Jeff (ngsngsg4)

Jun-19

Thanks for the reply! . . . Forgive my ignorance .. . PMS? 

Donn (99Orton)

From: Donn (99Orton)

Jun-19

No problem! That's why we are here. PMS = Pilot Mixture Screw. This is from the wKB which you can get to from the link at the top of the page next to Mick's name.   

V-Star 1100 Wiki Knowledge Base - Pilot Mixture Screws (google.com)

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LordRamiro

From: LordRamiro

Jul-9

Speaking of PMS,

I checked videos about how to adjust that screw, I guess there is no way to access it aside from removing the carbs and re-attaching them if one wants to try different adjustments ?

Thanks

Donn (99Orton)

From: Donn (99Orton)

Jul-9

Once the brass plugs are drilled out you can do it with a small or flexible screwdriver. I used a set of thumbscrews I got from Tim at Metric Magic. I haven't seen him around here for awhile but you can find him on the 1100 riders page on Facebook.

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