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Old 07-01-2006, 12:59 PM
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It's not a true dual setup, the muffler is a single in/ dual out Flowmaster.

I have more pics and I'll post them later. No clearance issues. This shop specializes in making custom exhausts for hot rods etc. It's rare to see anything new in the shop!
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Old 07-01-2006, 02:14 PM
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I think if someone's got the Balls to use megaphone type outlets and trim the lower fascia around them it would mimic the concept and look killer..I don't like the gap around the duals I've seen so far..almost reminds me of the time when "cutting" the rear valence on the must GT was in and in 6mos the fad was over and you had MANY ugly GT's running around with holes in the bumper..I think the inner shape of the mold at the original outlet is needed on the other side to make it look right (which seems to be a near impossibility???)
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Old 07-01-2006, 03:59 PM
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I think if someone's got the Balls to use megaphone type outlets and trim the lower fascia around them it would mimic the concept and look killer..I don't like the gap around the duals I've seen so far..almost reminds me of the time when "cutting" the rear valence on the must GT was in and in 6mos the fad was over and you had MANY ugly GT's running around with holes in the bumper..I think the inner shape of the mold at the original outlet is needed on the other side to make it look right (which seems to be a near impossibility???)
I agree.. Another one I'd like to see is the hitch remove, the regular exhaust hole plugged and the 4 tips like the Corvette in the center. Don't know if it would look good but I'd like to see it done.
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Old 07-01-2006, 11:53 PM
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The SRT8 looks badazz with that dual going down the center. 4 pipes might just look pretty damn sweet too!
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I agree.. Another one I'd like to see is the hitch remove, the regular exhaust hole plugged and the 4 tips like the Corvette in the center. Don't know if it would look good but I'd like to see it done.
Boo for stealing my idea...
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Old 07-02-2006, 12:04 AM
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It's not a true dual setup, the muffler is a single in/ dual out Flowmaster.

I have more pics and I'll post them later. No clearance issues. This shop specializes in making custom exhausts for hot rods etc. It's rare to see anything new in the shop!
Pics showing the routing of the pipes would help me greatly, because these guys are telling me that there isn't enough room to run the left pipe and it would be too close to the fuel line and tank.

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Old 07-02-2006, 11:28 AM
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Duals could be done easier with a smaller fuel tank from an 02 or early 03.
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Duals could be done easier with a smaller fuel tank from an 02 or early 03.
Then I'd deffinately run out of gas. I go to the station enough.
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The routing will probably be the same as the Borla dual exhaust system is for the 4.2L I-6 TB's. No loss of spare tire either.
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Old 07-03-2006, 01:56 AM
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There must be a slight difference in the routing for the 6 cylinder, because Borla doesn't list a package for the SS.

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