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Old 06-10-2013, 11:34 PM   #1
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Cost of Dual Exhaust

How much would it be to get dual exhaust on my 2008 v6? I've heard in between $200-$600 is that right?
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yep..i've had custom setups run anywhere from $250 - $400 on my own car. really just depends on if you wanna run a midpipe and what kind of mufflers you want.
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yep..i've had custom setups run anywhere from $250 - $400 on my own car. really just depends on if you wanna run a midpipe and what kind of mufflers you want.
The mufflers are the main thing that will raise the price. Some mufflers can run you $300-$400 for the pair.
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What do you mean by custom setup? what's the difference between having a custom setup just mainly for the mufflers or actually buying the dual exhaust? pros and cons? Thanks~
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Custome setup means the shop will custom fab you an exhaust, or you can buy a gt setup and have the shop weld it for you
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Custome setup means the shop will custom fab you an exhaust, or you can buy a gt setup and have the shop weld it for you
So custom setup doesn't necessarily have to put in the full exhaust system but can install dual exhaust with mufflers right? what's the difference between actually legitimately getting an exhaust system and mufflers compared to just getting mufflers and custom installing it at the shop?
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Is there a lot of difference in sound?
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So custom setup doesn't necessarily have to put in the full exhaust system but can install dual exhaust with mufflers right? what's the difference between actually legitimately getting an exhaust system and mufflers compared to just getting mufflers and custom installing it at the shop?
Pros and Cons?
Is there a lot of difference in sound?
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The custom setup is the midpipe that they will work with. The v6 came with a single exhaust which is connected with the stock y pipe. A shoot will cut the y pipe and make a custom piping to get the dual exhaust. This will make you're exhaust noticeably louder than just putting exhaust on after the y pipe.
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The custom setup is the midpipe that they will work with. The v6 came with a single exhaust which is connected with the stock y pipe. A shoot will cut the y pipe and make a custom piping to get the dual exhaust. This will make you're exhaust noticeably louder than just putting exhaust on after the y pipe.
Thanks for that info. Then what's the difference between doing that and actually getting a dual exhaust kit? is there a difference in performance and sound when it comes to custom muffler installation and getting a dual exhaust kit?
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