Got the QTP 3" cut-outs on

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  1. grancuda

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    Got the pair of QTP 3" electric cut-outs on with some stainless tips. Ran them out toward the front of each running board. Good sound on each side & tips are not noticeable but you can slightly see them from the side.

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    Got a short video of it starting up with the dumps open.
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    That looks good. Im afraid I would tear those off in short order in that location. Look like the QTP's are butterfly valve? Do they seal well?
     
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    Thanks! The cut-outs & piping aren't any lower than the transmission crossmember & the only offroading we do is at the dunes, it won't be an issue there.
    The QTPs are a butterfly valve & they seem to seal good, you can hear very little leakage with them shut.
     
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    Here is how I wired up using aux 3/4 using 2 DPST 12v relays.

    Flip Aux 3 till the damper is open to how far open you want then flip it back off. Run with both Aux 3 & Aux 4 off when driving with dumps open. Flip Aux 4 till you have it closed then flip Aux 4 back to off.

    Reduce fuses in Aux 3/4 to 3 amp fuses in case both 3 & 4 are both turned on at the same time(don't turn them both on at same time, direct short & damage if you don't have small fuses).

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