JEGS Electric Exhaust Cutouts eliminate the need to uncap your cutouts every time you arrive at the track and recap them before leaving. Go from closed to open or open to closed with just the flip of a switch.
- Available for single or dual exhaust systems
- Stainless steel motor shaft
- Stainless steel butterfly
- Gear reduction drive motor totally enclosed in aluminum housing
- Aluminum housing flange
- Easy-to-read rocker switch
- Slotted bolt holes for mounting ease
- 15' waterproof wiring harness and quick-clip connectors included
Flanged Cutout Pipe(s) required for installation:
JEGS EZ Kits are designed by JEGS professionals to ensure that you get all the correct parts you need.
I had one of the motors break off and become unusable, is there anyway to just order the electric motors and gears?
I have a 1999 Ford F-150 with dual strait pipe. Can I put these on it?
Can these be used cracked open and stopped with the switch? Or are they fully open & close only. Looking for "Adjustable Volume Control" affect.
Is there any warranty on the motors?
Do you have any idea of how many cycles these will last?
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