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Old 03-29-2005, 07:40 AM   #36
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true dual exhuast has no crossover period...
Sorry but you are wrong on this. All V8's have a crossover tube and they are real dual exhaust. Why would it not be. The need for a crossover tube in V8's has been well documented for equalizing pressure betwen sides and helps excavate exhaust gases.

This debate is found on all the forums and is not worth mentioning. I dont know why people have such a time with this. My opinion is muffler shops and basic mechanics with limited knowledge pass this along and people by into this myth and disinformation. To say just because some puts a simple tube between the 2 exhaust pipes no longer makes it dual exhaust is absurd.

Really this is a dead myth and should be put to rest.
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Thanks for the info Danger Dude. FLowmasters themselves are suggesting the dual system (force 2) with the super 40's. I wont have to change the pipes or anything since it runs off of stock. Prob being is I wish I could hear a V6 with this sytem.
I might just stick with stock and save my money.
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we both just have it worded different. just seen it in another post, Ive always considered true dual to be your "straight dual" then, and Ive always considered the straight dual to just be pipe with no mufflers and cats.
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I might just stick with stock and save my money.
Yeah, save it for real HP mods down the road, or whatever you want.
Duals are a good bet for a 99^ even with boltons. Kirk is getting 175 RWHP
with an auto, 100% stock longblock, all he has are boltons and a tune.
That would be nearing 195-200 RWHP if it were a stick! ~190 RWHP is
when stock exhaust systems (single) becomes a restriction.
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Yeah, save it for real HP mods down the road, or whatever you want.
Duals are a good bet for a 99^ even with boltons. Kirk is getting 175 RWHP
with an auto, 100% stock longblock, all he has are boltons and a tune.
That would be nearing 195-200 RWHP if it were a stick! ~190 RWHP is
when stock exhaust systems (single) becomes a restriction.
Well you take around 10-12 HP for the SCT tune then you are down to 10hp for bolt ons and there you go. I got 16 HP from bolt ons and Ford chip 3 years ago
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