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Old 05-10-2013, 09:06 AM   #1
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Duel or single exhaust

I was looking over some exhaust options and well i guess the big question is what are the advantages to a duel exhaust over a single besides looks and sound ?
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I was looking over some exhaust options and well i guess the big question is what are the advantages to a duel exhaust over a single besides looks and sound ?
POWER!!! A good dual setup will net you about 15hp over a single!
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what's the best set up for the best performance
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to be honest it's more of a sound game now a days then performance unless you're feeding your car enough air to need the extra flow. i'm partial to dual setups though just for the sound alone. hit up youtube and just listen to as many clips as you can until you find the right setup for you. as for an exhaust netting you 15 hp...well maybe with a tune, an o/r midpipe and full exhaust.
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Dual imo
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Get dual for sure! In 2 months I'm getting BBK high flow cats xpipe with piping and flowmaster axle backs. I'm super excited. Don't even consider a single exhaust muffler! But with HFC's I believe there is a little more power gains over normal x pipes
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"Single exhaust on a muscle car?"
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to be honest it's more of a sound game now a days then performance unless you're feeding your car enough air to need the extra flow. i'm partial to dual setups though just for the sound alone. hit up youtube and just listen to as many clips as you can until you find the right setup for you. as for an exhaust netting you 15 hp...well maybe with a tune, an o/r midpipe and full exhaust.
Only 15 with full exhaust?? I have the Pypes mid muffler catback which nets 16rwhp over the crappy stock exhaust
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