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Old 12-08-2004, 08:48 AM   #1
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I did want a dual exhaust setup but I want things to be as simple and cheap as possible and Im starting to like the way it might look if done nicely. http://www.importperformanceparts.ne...oar_vtube.html < For the single outlet mufflers Im wondering which one I could use. I want to go for the D muffler as it seems to flow the most for single in and out mufflers. Will I be able to have a shop install this muffler with no problems as long as it is in the same place as the other?
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Wait a minute! Could I just get the T muffler and have both of the exhaust exits on one side? I think that would rock hard and I could still have my high flow for the same look. Or how about that E muffler to keep all the pipes at 2.5'', they claim that these are reversible mufflers so I think that could work out pretty good.
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Thats how I would LOVE to have it. I want the T muffler but I dont think it could work out this way in the simplest of ways. I know the E flows slightly less but I still think I could get a nice increase and still keep my low end torque with the 2.5'' pipe and all. And BTW does the catalytic converter have 3'' piping or the same 2.5''? Im thinking of throwing on a High Flow Cat too!
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if you crawl under your car and look you will see that your stock muffler is a center inlet, so i would go for the full boar "C" muffler, it flows just a little bit more too, this would make installation easier yet also. your pipe should be 2.25" so i would either get the (V413C) with 2.25" inlet with dual 2.25" outlets or the (V414C) with 2.5" inlet with dual 2.5" outlets. but as i was lookin at the cfm on them the 2.25" one only flows 335cfm and the 2.5" one flows 440cfm so i would prolly go for the 2.5" one
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Ahh yes the C muffler, thank you very much! So then its decided, I will get the C muffler and some really nice tips. Man this is gonna sound amazing! Any knowledge on CAT size?
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i would run a 2.5" inlet and 2.5" outlet cat, i have hear lots of good stuff about carsound cats so for you i would get the 94006 carsound catalytic converter. they have that cat at http://www.justmagnaflow.com/Catalyt...ters/94000.htm for $57.69 and it'* free shipping too i believe
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Dude can we be like, best friends? lol
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lol, sure, always here to help. so you got a good exhaust shop to put this stuff on for ya?
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sandrock is the memeber here with the dual exhaust on one side. his is a 96 se but you can get the general idea by his cardomain pics here... http://www.cardomain.com/memberpage/699088/3
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That is gorgeous. Im thinking Midas to install the stuff? I figure it'll be about $100 or so for the muffler and cat but I need to find some tips and quick.
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