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I was thinking about doing this awhile ago, but I wasn't sure if I would lose any hp or torque. I want to run dual exhaust, having it y off infront of the back axel.

What do you guys think, would there be a power loss or maybe even a small gain <img src=/images/forums/snitz/uhh.gif width=15 height=15 border=0>


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You are going to lose power if you put dual exhuast in your tibby. Just imagine the weight of that extra pipe and muffler. Furthermore, since your car is NA, you need some back pressure to accelerate. You will accelerate really slowly if you put dual exhaust.


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i was thinknig of doing TRUE DUALS.....two seperate pipes from header....to two seperate piping and two seperate muffler.....piping size would something like be 1.75" each.....
is that DO-ABLE?


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If you just want the looks you can do it. I think it would make an interesting project. If you kept the pipes at 2" because the extra pipe and muffler would release extra back pressure. I know for the Chevy Cavalier there is a kit where the pipe slits into a Y and then to dual mufflers. It wouldn't add all that much weight. You can see it at www.rksport.com , to give you an idea of what it looks like.



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