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true dual exhaust

Postby hillbennerdeluxe [OP] » Jan 16 2013, 5:38pm

hello all,
i want to do my own true dual exhaust system. tired of buying kits and not getting what was expected. any suggestion on what cats to use
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Re: true dual exhaust

Postby Onlyina_Chevy » Jan 18 2013, 6:58am

Technically, you should just find one of those out-of-the-way muffler shops that will do EXACTLY what you ask. Have them cut the pipes right in front of the 'Y' and remove that resignator pipe along with the over-sized muffler. Then you will just have to determine which aftermarket mufflers you want. That's what I always have done and am quite pleased.
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