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ILUVBOX
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I know our cars don't have a true dual exhaust, and I have already spent the money on richie's j-pipe and test pipe; so here is the question:
Would there be better gains from doing two pipes off the J-pipe back to the mufflers (custom pipe work?)
Or just to get a cat back system like borla etc...?

Basically can I start (2-1-2) two pipes from the j-pipe and get better results from it compared to the standard cat back system (even if it maybe very minimal?)
 

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Now if you just ran straight pipes off of your pre-cats... maybe that would be more beneficial because the two sides would never combine and split again.

But I didn't think there was room for that.
 

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^ Doing that would create alot more shaking to the engine, even the LS series on the vetts have a crossover at some point to even out exhaust back pressure.
 

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the LS series on the vettes have some machine of an exhaust... the "torque tube" with super resonators....

I watched a super factories episode on the Z06 vettes a few weeks ago... new favorite car.
 

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Not to get off topic, but I was amazed at how light that car's frame is.... and carbon fiber door panels and hood....

some day :rolleye2:
 

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ILUVBOX
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Nothing noticable...
So you think it be = to one another?

This would be much cheaper than a 600+ exhaust system if thats the case. Now i would just have to fine a good muffler shop. I am also adding an exhaust cut out for when I lay down on the pedal WOT!
 

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