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Old 05-20-2018, 09:09 PM   #11
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Where did you find that at? I can't seem to find it on their website.
eBay for j2
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Good luck finding the J2 Engineering on Ebay. I was looking constantly for 8-10 months. Finally there was 6 or 7 made. Sold out pretty quick. Can't beat the price for $379. It's actually built very nicely. Only downfall is its only 2.25" and not a 2.5" or 3" exhaust. I will be installing mine soon. 🙂
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honestly, i was looking at all the different exhaust options, and i just decided to do a muffler delete. I think it sounds nice, my friends like it. My dad doesn't because he's an old school muscle car guy, but oh well. And I just had the muffler shop weld in a y pipe for dual exhaust look
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Here is what I did.

https://www.facebook.com/edmonston/v...4814931771181/

I Installed a 4-1 header
Magnaflow 2.5" hi flow catalitic converter
Magnaflow Resonator
Flowmaster Super HP-2 Muffler

Entire exhaust system is 2.5"

Total cost with install $600 out the door.
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Looks pretty good. I don't plan on doing a full exhaust or headers, just an axleback for the most part.

A muffler delete with a y-pipe might be the way to go. I'll look into it more again soon, but decided to do a few others things first. I just dont want the exhaust to be too loud since the intake noise is enough already, so I think I definitely need a muffler for that goal.
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Looks pretty good. I don't plan on doing a full exhaust or headers, just an axleback for the most part.

A muffler delete with a y-pipe might be the way to go. I'll look into it more again soon, but decided to do a few others things first. I just dont want the exhaust to be too loud since the intake noise is enough already, so I think I definitely need a muffler for that goal.
Get the camero 1 in 2 out buffler to replace your lunchbox and some tips and go from there. Shouldn’t be to much having a shop cut the old one out and putting 2 90s with tips on and hangers then weld.
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Get the camero 1 in 2 out buffler to replace your lunchbox and some tips and go from there. Shouldn’t be to much having a shop cut the old one out and putting 2 90s with tips on and hangers then weld.
Exactly. The flow master 80 series Camaro muffler sounds great and gives you the dual outlets. About $125.00 on eBay or amazon.
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