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Old 02-22-2009, 04:44 PM   #1
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dual exhaust on a sedan

I was just looking for some mod. to do to my car. I have already done the resonator delete mod and love the sound of it. It isn't too loud but I think it sounds decent for a four cylinder. I was thinking about making it split dual in the back. I have a sedan and was wondering if anyone has done this before on here.

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it can be done i have seen ZX3's and wagons but i dont think i have ever seen it on sedans.
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simplest idea I've seen (prolly what I'm gonna do too....) is to get that single inlet/dual outlet muffler for a camaro, and have some pipes bent to reach the muffler, which will be mounted just behind your bumper
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Old 02-22-2009, 05:01 PM   #4
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ok, i'm thinking about doing it myself as i have a full shop and all the tubing i would need. does anyone have any pictures or anything? i'm just real curious as to what the back end of the car would look like if i were to do this. also, i want to know how it would look if i were to cut another hemispherical hole into the lower bumper for the exhaust to exit
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Old 02-22-2009, 05:14 PM   #5
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well if u have ur own shop do it and u will have to cut ur bumper to match the other side to match if u dont it will look like crap i wanna do it so bad
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here is a thread i made a while back that has a few different setups custom dual exhaust
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