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Old 10-02-2012, 08:34 AM   #1
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Cool side exhaust

What muffler base would you suggest for side exhaust, borla is out. And it won't be seen it will be completely under neath the car. I would like something to make the v6 "have more balls" without a motor swap
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What muffler base would you suggest for side exhaust, borla is out. And it won't be seen it will be completely under neath the car. I would like something to make the v6 "have more balls" without a motor swap
Are you talking about side or quad? Quad exhausts generally bypass mufflers. Id look at a kit for side to see what fits.
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Cats have to stay of course but I want them right behind the doors or right under the doors
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Another member has those his name is kirpy. His thread is below called ( putting finishing touches )
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IMO, I wouldn't look to exhaust if you're looking at add a LOT of horsepower.
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This is how he did his
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Is that the cervanis kit?
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He said its a Duaflex Elanor Body Kit. I'm on my phone so I can't get the link to his thread. It's in the appearance section and the topic is ( finishing touches )
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Is this what you're looking at?
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Yeah something like that but it won't be ran out the side skirts. Its hard to understand because u can't see it. So just turn the pipes at the cats and run them out what will this sound like in a v6 or did I understand that right to bypas the muffler
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You need more piped than cat and 90°. There isnt enough back pressure for the car to run correctly. I had mine custom made with just the X pipe and piped out the sides. I lose a little in low end performance but gain it plus some back in higher rpms. Its a nice deep sound. I tried video recording it. But it dosnt turn out very well.
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