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Old 01-12-2013, 09:16 PM   #1
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Anyone know where would be a good place to get a dual exhaust?
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I got a Mac dual exhaust conversion from am... Nice sound for the price but def. check out American muscle
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I got a Mac dual exhaust conversion from am... Nice sound for the price but def. check out American muscle
What would be the best set up to get a deep grawl sound?
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call as many local exhaust shops as you can and get quotes for dual setups..and don't take no for an answer...if they try to convince you of anything else besides dual then take your business elsewhere if they won't help out. no 1 in 2 out systems either lol
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There is a link on one of the recent threads of a setup I liked lemme see if I can find it I think it was cats with flowmaster 40s
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Slo can correct me if I'm wrong but a good dual setup will run you 800-1k I paid 324.99 for mine and love the sound... Not the deepest but for the price it was great
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call as many local exhaust shops as you can and get quotes for dual setups..and don't take no for an answer...if they try to convince you of anything else besides dual then take your business elsewhere if they won't help out. no 1 in 2 out systems either lol
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Slo can correct me if I'm wrong but a good dual setup will run you 800-1k I paid 324.99 for mine and love the sound... Not the deepest but for the price it was great
At american muscle?
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yeah ask around to see if they can make u make u custom pipes. just take the mufflers u like
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Slo can correct me if I'm wrong but a good dual setup will run you 800-1k I paid 324.99 for mine and love the sound... Not the deepest but for the price it was great
i've never payed over $350 for a full exhaust lol
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Go to you're local exhaust shops and ask how much duals would br
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You much not get flow masters... On am they are well over 350
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i usually find flows used on Craigslist...or you can look at thrush welded mufflers...they are 2 chambered mufflers and sound almost identical to flow 40s for half the price
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I got a Mac dual exhaust conversion from am... Nice sound for the price but def. check out American muscle
Only if you are going with name brand everything for full exhaust from headers all the way back... For a simple dual conversion you are looking at $350
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Ya well I was referring to name brand prices I know there are budget builds but I'm still learning mainly from slosix that's his territory I tread lightly there
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Only if you are going with name brand everything for full exhaust from headers all the way back... For a simple dual conversion you are looking at $350
But price is heavily dependent on your area. Call around to your local shops and get a quote. Then go with the one that is the most reputable with decent prices. Around me my quotes ranged from $250-700.
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Ya well I was referring to name brand prices I know there are budget builds but I'm still learning mainly from slosix that's his territory I tread lightly there
lets say you wanted name brand...any autoparts sells flowmaster 40's...so $85 each...then another $50 a side for the tailpipes average price at exhaust shops...then the labor which around here is about an hour worth or work...so you're in the $400 range there for all new parts with a name brand
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I just got the cat back system from Jegs, which comes with their mufflers. Costs $236 and I can install it my self. I'll do a before and after video on YouTube to show how it sounds then post a link on here.
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What would be the best set up to get a deep grawl sound?
catless divorced dual flowmaster 40 exhaust
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Slow what if you wanted to true dual exhaust tho? Like with an h pipe
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Slow what if you wanted to true dual exhaust tho? Like with an h pipe
it'd probably run you an extra $75-150. depending on brand name mid pipes.
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Slow what if you wanted to true dual exhaust tho? Like with an h pipe
Pacesetter mid pipe from AM is $136, definitely recommend it.
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Pacesetter mid pipe from AM is $136, definitely recommend it.
What exact part from the exhuast system is that makes it have the deep sound?
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What exact part from the exhuast system is that makes it have the deep sound?
mufflers and your cats muffle the sound quite a bit. in my experience with our v6s x or h pipes have almost no difference in the sound
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mufflers and your cats muffle the sound quite a bit. in my experience with our v6s x or h pipes have almost no difference in the sound
the H pipes sound a little better to me
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mufflers and your cats muffle the sound quite a bit. in my experience with our v6s x or h pipes have almost no difference in the sound
Actually they sound quite different while you're driving but not at an idle. The H pipe has more of a muscle car tone while the x pipe starts to get raspy over 3000 rpms. It really depends on the muffler set up and the size piping you use. Our cars are great with 2.5in piping then 3-3.5 tips.
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Actually they sound quite different while you're driving but not at an idle. The H pipe has more of a muscle car tone while the x pipe starts to get raspy over 3000 rpms. It really depends on the muffler set up and the size piping you use. Our cars are great with 2.5in piping then 3-3.5 tips.
Ill take you up on that
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Actually they sound quite different while you're driving but not at an idle. The H pipe has more of a muscle car tone while the x pipe starts to get raspy over 3000 rpms. It really depends on the muffler set up and the size piping you use. Our cars are great with 2.5in piping then 3-3.5 tips.
On a car with an extra 2 cyclinders, sure. I've actually had both fabbed on and ended up taking both off. i love the way my divorced dual setup sounds. it's much louder than when i had a mid pipe on.
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On a car with an extra 2 cyclinders, sure. I've actually had both fabbed on and ended up taking both off. i love the way my divorced dual setup sounds. it's much louder than when i had a mid pipe on.
Yeah I'm doing mine myself and made the H pipe without the mid pipe because I see no sense in it. Divorced duals are always the way to go. But I am curious about the mufflers with dual outlets... You could put them in, then run 2 pipes out of each that would come out before the back tire... Always an idea
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