STM DSM Eye Candy

Posted by 4G63 girl, Jan 26, 2016
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  1. 4G63 girl

    4G63 girl Supporting Vendor

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    We've been making quite a few changes to the website, reorganizing our digital shelves, and fabbing up a lot of new STM DSM products! With the addition of this 99 GSX gem around the shop, we've got a gorgeous parts model!


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    Today, we just released the new STM DSM O2 Housing with 38mm TiAL MVS Wastegate. This is available with all of the 5 TiAL colors and new gaskets and hardware are included.


    STM DSM O2 Housing with 38mm TiAL MVS Wastegate:
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    We also offer the DSM O2 Housing with the Standard Recirculated Fit:

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    And with the Atmosphere Dump:

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    Pictured above on Cory's GSX is our new STM Stainless Cat-Back Exhaust:

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    STM 2G DSM 3" Stainless Test Pipe:
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    STM 2G DSM 2.5" Stainless Test Pipe:
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    STM 2G AWD DSM 3" Stainless Steel Downpipe:
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    And the new STM 2G DSM Staging Brake Kit!
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    We've still got Eddie's GSX Project here, constantly getting even more epic as each day goes by:

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    As always, feel free to give us a call at the shop if you would like some one-on-one assistance. Emery, Ethan, John and Connor are on phones all day from 9am to 7pm!

    (585) 226-8226




     
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  2. Black95TSIawd

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    Amazing.

    That black GSX is pretty damn clean too.
     
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  3. Jst4Cyl

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    In love!
     
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  4. turbolover10

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    Im Drooling!
     
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  5. Cooper-97gst

    Cooper-97gst Proven Member

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    I'm interested in the down pipe, but im a little confused, does it include the test pipe or do I have to buy that separate?
     
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  6. turbotalon1g

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    We need more action from those DSMs this year!
     
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  7. weasel1G

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    Nice work on the website. Like the improvements!!! Any plans for doing a staging brake for us 1G drivers?
     
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  8. 94awdcoupe

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    that flex coupler is ill placed. couple should always be placed in the middle of two roll stops, thats where flex angles are at minimum. the local seen in picture would require something like twice the flex angle. seems like awfully short coupler for that
     
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  9. turtlebain

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    No bov? Or just not installed yet?

    Side note - do you still have the upper intercooler pipe from the previous build? I may be interested in it
     
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  10. Maxthepersonz

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    I'd also love a staging brake kit. 1g auto. Nice stuff as always guys.
     
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  11. hocka09

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    Exhaust flex decouplers are not employed primarily for isolation from powertrain movement, they're actually mostly critical in absorbing the constant fluctuation of pipe length as the exhaust heats up and cools down.
     
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  12. wishihadatalon

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    Flex couplers on main exhaust systems (not to be confused with egr tubes and up pipes) are used for powertrain movement relative to the chassis. This is why you see different length sections based on the projected usage of the vehicle. Flex sections on an egr tube or up pipe are used for thermal growth, but you have to remember that both ends of those components are ridged mounted to the engine.

    My issue with the one pictured is not so much the placement (though I agree with the previous poster) but really the overall size of it. The over braid couplers really restrict movement which then places a ton of stress on things like the turbo and the header as the engine rocks and pulls on the entire exhaust.
     
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  13. jesus619

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    Def need more 1g dsm parts. Such as an exhaust !
     
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  14. donniegst

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    Need to make 38mm 2 bolt style o2 housing
     
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  15. Archer Fabrications

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    Thanks for supporting our community! You guys do great work

    For all you complaining about the flex pipe. Request a different or longer one if you are paranoid. They may be a pain in the ass to weld but they are easily changed out for a different size prior to weldup. they are made in house at STM so im sure its not a problem unlike the set in stone models that are made over seas.
     
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    any discounts LOL
     
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    I've ordered one of the O2 housings with the Tial wastegate. Can't wait to see it! Thanks for continuing to cater to the community!
     
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