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Old 12-01-2007, 10:44 PM   #21
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i see another cut out for dual exhaust tho....
but who would convert a dual outlet to a single???
its been done, its cheaper...
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i see another cut out for dual exhaust tho....
but who would convert a dual outlet to a single???
maybe the other side is missing?
but that one pipe looks to stick out a bit far
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i see another cut out for dual exhaust tho....
but who would convert a dual outlet to a single???
maybe the other side is missing?
but that one pipe looks to stick out a bit far
i think bullet has a good guess, its cheaper and easier to get a single outlet muffler.
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Did Blue Eyes leave us hangin'?
yeah, seems like he blue balled us
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Needless, I found out what it meant...
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i see another cut out for dual exhaust tho....
but who would convert a dual outlet to a single???
Someone who is cheap, OR someone VERY serious about performance. The split in our exhaust is actually a bit of a restriction.
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i see another cut out for dual exhaust tho....
but who would convert a dual outlet to a single???
Someone who is cheap, OR someone VERY serious about performance. The split in our exhaust is actually a bit of a restriction.
restriction, really? i would think it to allow more flow
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i see another cut out for dual exhaust tho....
but who would convert a dual outlet to a single???
Someone who is cheap, OR someone VERY serious about performance. The split in our exhaust is actually a bit of a restriction.
restriction, really? i would think it to allow more flow
What it is, the gases hit the wall where it splits, and have to change direction. EVERY change in direction reduces velocity.
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Having the extra muffler helps flow, but if you're going for serous flow, the split hurts. Get a freer muffler, eliminate the split, and you can free up a little power in the high end.
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petraman was correct on the SC pulley. Also on the single exhaust tip.
Between the two that looks like a recipe for disaster.
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That almost looks like a M62 Gen 2 pulley That'* TINY for an M90.
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