View Full Version : Dual exhaust setup
11-13-2001, 03:33 PM
I just got an invader bodykit put on my car, and the rear bumper has cuouts for two exhaust pipes/mufflers/tips. How should I set this up? 1)Catback with no muffler and just some nice tips welded onto the pipes. 2)Catback into a muffler (kinda like stock) with two pipes running out of it to each side with tips on the ends. 3)Catback and two separate mufflers for each of the pipes.
P.S. I'm saying catback because I want it to bolt on to the stock exhaust flange for easy swaps. Also I DON'T WANT IT LOUD!
Thanks for your input.
11-13-2001, 04:06 PM
Check Postert http://www.postert.de/ they sell a dual exhaust. If it isn't them then TTE makes a dual exhaust. But you're gonna have to import it from Germany.
11-13-2001, 08:26 PM
I believe that you will stand to lose a bit of power with the dual exhaust. Someone like AUTXR could probably explain it. You might want to check into it b/f you do the dual. That kit comes with a plug for the second exhaust hole so that you don't have to use a dual exhaust.
11-13-2001, 11:14 PM
I have a twin pipe exhaust which is just a back box with two pipes. As this is so far back in the system it makes eff all difference to the power output. It is also not ridiculously loud. It came as part of my MS Design bodykit but you should be able to get one made pretty easily. Check mine out at the web link below, there is a picture of it before it was fitted so you could take it to the exhaust dude and show him what is needed.
Shame your in US as I have a spare system but I think shipping it would be big money.
11-13-2001, 11:48 PM
Tim (PhaqGM) is in the process of making a duel exhaust, my car will be the one to test it out on my Kaminari kit :) Post a message in the NW section for questions...
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