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Posting sound clips

Discussion in 'SRT10 and SRT10 Coupe Discussions' started by cdover73, Nov 26, 2015.

  1. cdover73

    cdover73 Enthusiast

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    What is the best way to post sound clips on here? I will be using my Android phone to record. Not the best I know, but it's all I have right now. I am adding a Borla cat-back this weekend and I want to do a build thread with before and after clips. I will also try to post the step-by-step process with pics...if it goes well.
     
  2. ViperJeff

    ViperJeff VCA Legacy Member - UT/AZ

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    Host it on a site of your choosing and provide a link
     
  3. cdover73

    cdover73 Enthusiast

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    Okay. I found an easy site to use. Is Vocaroo.com supported on this forum?
     
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    ViperJeff VCA Legacy Member - UT/AZ

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    no, they use html and html is not allowed on most forums due to the problems that can be caused by malicious code
     
  5. BlackSnake99

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    Just do it as a video and post it to YouTube.
     
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    I will be doing this after tax time so will appreciate the build thread! I will be watching!! :)
     
  7. cdover73

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    I apologize for the cliff-note version I posted. If you have specific questions on the install I will try to answer as best I can. However, it was very straighforward. I think I used a total of 4 tools, including a hammer to "help" get the old exhaust off. The hardest part was getting to the forward 10mm nuts on the side sills. They are in the top side vents and the genius who engineered that part didn't leave room to get a boxed-end Gearwrench on the nut. The stud is too close to the splash guard to use anything but an open end 10mm. Yeah...I cussed that engineer quite a bit! Very easy install though.
     

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