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Old 02-16-2006, 11:44 AM   #31
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I wonder what a FWI would be like on my car compared to an 96-99 SSEi.
prolly exactly the same.....
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I opted for gutting and drop in K&N.. one day..I'll steal the rice pipe Randy hasn't put on Frank and see if there'* any difference.
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Another question I was wondering if I did a cat back exhaust would I be able to make it dual exhaust??
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Just keep in mind that your exhaust pipes are currently stainless steel and there are no vendors making a ready made cat-back kit for our cars. So anything you do there would be costly or a trade to regular steel and the benefit for performance is not there. As zsaid earlier, for exhaust, you should start with a hi-flow cat. The muffler and pipes are not the restrictions. Unless you end up doing very major mods you will find that you won't outflow your pipes. A single-in dual-out muffler can be used to get the dual look.
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On that same thought...you could probably find an SSE or SSEi system off a junker that would bolt right up and still be stainless with the dual look.
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