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Posted: Wed Feb 22, 2006 7:09 pm 
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i got a price today for a twin exhaust system which includes:

2 1/2" system
pacemaker extractors
2 1/2 " cat converter
twin exhausts system to either side of ute

all this for $1400. wot do u ppl think?

i kno this mechanic takes his werk seriously so evrything would be done schmick and to the highest standard.

 

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Posted: Wed Feb 22, 2006 7:29 pm 
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Are you talking dual system from the extractors back, or splitting in 2 after the muffler?

My olds have dual pipes from the extractors back, meaning 2 cats and running 1 3/4 piping, its god damn loud i tell ya!

 

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Posted: Wed Feb 22, 2006 7:31 pm 
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Are you talking dual system from the extractors back, or splitting in 2 after the muffler?





from muffler back

 

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Posted: Wed Feb 22, 2006 7:38 pm 
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i got a price today for a twin exhaust system which includes:

2 1/2" system
pacemaker extractors
2 1/2 " cat converter
twin exhausts system to either side of ute

all this for $1400. wot do u ppl think?

i kno this mechanic takes his werk seriously so evrything would be done schmick and to the highest standard.
you're better of having a Y collector after the straight throu muffler then branch the pipes out over the diff both sides. having 2 of every thing isn't gonna do you good. what you save from just having one cat, muffler,less pipe can go towards a nice stage 2-3 Alted RPD cam & valve springs.

 

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Posted: Wed Feb 22, 2006 7:42 pm 
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covers wrote:
i got a price today for a twin exhaust system which includes:

2 1/2" system
pacemaker extractors
2 1/2 " cat converter
twin exhausts system to either side of ute

all this for $1400. wot do u ppl think?

i kno this mechanic takes his werk seriously so evrything would be done schmick and to the highest standard.
you're better of having a Y collector after the straight throu muffler then branch the pipes out over the diff both sides. having 2 of every thing isn't gonna do you good. what you save from just having one cat, muffler,less pipe can go towards a nice stage 2-3 Alted RPD cam & valve springs.


ok mayb i didnt xplain myself properly. it is a single system till it hits the muffler. then it goes two ways to either side of the back of me ute. it will look fantastic, dunno wot she'll sound like tho.

 

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Posted: Wed Feb 22, 2006 8:14 pm 
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price isn't too bad since he has to do full custom duel exhaust? but why have single split into duel?

 

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Posted: Wed Feb 22, 2006 8:22 pm 
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price isn't too bad since he has to do full custom duel exhaust? but why have single split into duel?




well i dont kno. id just assume that a single pipe to the muffler wos enuff. the reason i want duel at the rear is cos it looks very nice on utes. if i had a sedan id go single.

 

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Posted: Wed Feb 22, 2006 10:09 pm 
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probably be cheaper and easier and lighter to just run a single and then put a fake tip to match on the other side. i've got my exhaust dumped at the dip and a fake tip on the rear to keep the car looking normal and cops off my case and you can't tell it's not connected without putting your head under the car or sticking your ear there to hear that there's no noise coming out or hand over it to feel it's not warm or no air flow aye. but as i said, it'll look just as good if you do it right, it'll be cheaper and lighter.

 

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Posted: Wed Feb 22, 2006 10:40 pm 
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probably be cheaper and easier and lighter to just run a single and then put a fake tip to match on the other side. i've got my exhaust dumped at the dip and a fake tip on the rear to keep the car looking normal and cops off my case and you can't tell it's not connected without putting your head under the car or sticking your ear there to hear that there's no noise coming out or hand over it to feel it's not warm or no air flow aye. but as i said, it'll look just as good if you do it right, it'll be cheaper and lighter.


lol yes but id kno its fake. its like why i wouldnt put a bonnet scoop on a car if it didnt serve a purpose. ie ALOT of commodore owners.

 

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Posted: Thu Feb 23, 2006 1:06 am 
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where are gettin this exhaust done? And are you going stainless or mild steel

 

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Posted: Thu Feb 23, 2006 2:32 am 
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you're better of having a Y collector after the straight throu muffler then branch the pipes out over the diff both sides. having 2 of every thing isn't gonna do you good. what you save from just having one cat, muffler,less pipe can go towards a nice stage 2-3 Alted RPD cam & valve springs.


So does RPD now have camshaft packages for BA/BFs now?
Cause I surely haven't seen anything about it...

 

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Posted: Thu Feb 23, 2006 7:20 am 
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So does RPD now have camshaft packages for BA/BFs now?
Cause I surely haven't seen anything about it...

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Think he might have assumed an E-Series or AU.
Alted DOHC replacement cams?
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where are gettin this exhaust done? And are you going stainless or mild steel




id say its just mild steel

 

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Posted: Thu Feb 23, 2006 6:56 pm 
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Slick wrote:
you're better of having a Y collector after the straight throu muffler then branch the pipes out over the diff both sides. having 2 of every thing isn't gonna do you good. what you save from just having one cat, muffler,less pipe can go towards a nice stage 2-3 Alted RPD cam & valve springs.


So does RPD now have camshaft packages for BA/BFs now?
Cause I surely haven't seen anything about it...
go to C.A.P.A, HERROD, JIM MOCK, you gonna have to mortgage the house for it.

sorry didn't see his ride {BA XR6}

 

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Posted: Thu Feb 23, 2006 7:59 pm 
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Yeah mate, first I need the BA/BF.
But yeah I just assumed that thats what you were talking about.

 

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