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Old 10-12-2002, 02:09 AM   #1
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i have a question concerning the exhaust system on my vehicle. I am looking to replace my current exhaust with someone that will give it a different sound and better performance. Right now it is stock with a single in and single out muffler. Is it possible to put dual exhaust on this car or should i just have a larger single pipe installed. What about a so called catback system exhaust. Also what about catalytic convertor replacement. How can I tell if they are bad or is it just a good idea to replace them when having the exhaust work done. Now you know why I said this is kind of exhuasting. Thanks for all your help and keep up the good work.
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i have a question concerning the exhaust system on my vehicle. I am looking to replace my current exhaust with someone that will give it a different sound and better performance. Right now it is stock with a single in and single out muffler. Is it possible to put dual exhaust on this car or should i just have a larger single pipe installed. What about a so called catback system exhaust. Also what about catalytic convertor replacement. How can I tell if they are bad or is it just a good idea to replace them when having the exhaust work done. Now you know why I said this is kind of exhuasting. Thanks for all your help and keep up the good work.
Probally the best advice I can give you is try & find a honest Exhaust shop! It has taken me some time to find one myself, but at least there I'm not afraid to leave my keys & go for coffee! You see I'm an ex-mechanic now turned partsman. I used to work in the Exhaust Market for a Exhaust Supplier/Manufacturer.
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