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Exhaust Whistle,Rack Pack

3.0 out of 5 stars 74 customer reviews
About the Product
  • Put it in someones exhaust pipe to make a high pitch scream

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Product Description

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This classic prank has been around for generations, but it still works today. You simply place this little metal tip on the exhaust pipe of someone's car. When they drive down the road the tip causes the car to whistle while they are pressing on the gas pedal. The whistle becomes so annoying after a few minutes, but the poor sucker has no idea where it is coming from.

Product Details

Size: One Size
  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 3 x 2 inches ; 0.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0006GK1XY
  • UPC: 099996010759
  • Item model number: EG0002-NEW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,644 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive)

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By Michael Grösch-McCluskey TOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 27, 2013
Size: One Size
It's NOT the loud whistle as much as the LOOK on "the victim". It was pulled on ME!
I was scared there was SOMETHING mechanically wrong with my car.
I shut the car off and raised the hood to see if something was wrong.
I turned the key on ----- without starting the motor ----- to look at the gauges: NOTHING.
I started the car up and there's that Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! noise again.
I walked to the back of the car, and noticed the "foreign" item stickin' in the end of my exhaust pipe.
I felt MUCH better... until I noticed a friend laughing his butt off father down the street.
Joke on ME!
Great gag.
My tailpipe is kinda big. The device looks a bit fragile, so if you need to bend the wings back a bit,
do it carefully. I'm GLAD the metal wasn't thicker. Easy to remove, is what I'm trying to get across...
and K=I=N=D=E=R than the [old] raw potato gag!
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I rigged it in my cousins exhaust on his Navigator with duct tape to seal the air space and it worked great. The Navigator has a larger exhaust since it is a big vehicle.

After he found it, I took it out and put it in the exhaust again, this time without duct tape. It works best if you put the two flaps facing outward, so they'd be facing you when you look in the exhaust pipe.

I would buy again, and recommend it.
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By Bo on January 4, 2014
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Did the trick and will fit any tailpipe that I can see. Just bend them out and stick it in there. Pressure will keep it in. It whistled when gas was applied, not a idle which made it more fun to watch (driver kept putting on brakes and gas to hear!). Kind of sounded like something from the Jetson's!
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It didn't work as described. It's very small and flimsy. Getting it to fit in a tailpipe of a Tacoma required bending it out quite a ways and it barely made a noise. We were hoping for better results from it, but it can't be heard from inside the vehicle. Outside required racing the motor to get it to make a sound. It was properly centered in the pipe and getting plenty of air blown through it.
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bubb rubb and lil sis say the whistles go WOOOOOOOOO. It's dat woot wooooottt. If you know what im talking about.
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Classic prank if used correctly. Make sure to bend out sides liberally before placing into exhaust pipe. It needs to be firmly planted at the outer rim for both effect, and to let the victim easily remove upon discovery. This is a harmless funny joke if you follow these directions.
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Wow! I bought this on a lark because it was cheap and I figured that it might be cool. It was awesome. Only makes a sound once the car started moving and then it just kept on trucking. No idea how badly this affects gas mileage or anything but I was impressed with this little prank/
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So much fun. My friend had no idea what was going on. Thought he had a squeaky belt. Only problem I had was he took a long drive and got out on the highway..... the noise stopped I suspect it came out.....
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