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Old 10-19-2011, 01:08 PM   #1
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Questions on dual exhaust conversion

im gonna be purchasing some Flowmaster American Thunder Axle-Back mufflers soon. would it be bad if i just install the right one now and then do the left one later when i finally get my gt500 rear diffuser and exhaust pipes converted or should i just be patient and wait to install both at the same time??
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im gonna be purchasing some Flowmaster American Thunder Axle-Back mufflers soon. would it be bad if i just install the right one now and then do the left one later when i finally get my gt500 rear diffuser and exhaust pipes converted or should i just be patient and wait to install both at the same time??
It's your choice. Do it however you want.
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So it shouldn't affect performance or sound if I just do one now and the other later?
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So it shouldn't affect performance or sound if I just do one now and the other later?
Of course it will affect the sound. That's part of the reason for doing it isn't it?
Performace, I don't think you will see any significant gains one way or the other.
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