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93-02- 2.5" True Duals w/X-pipe (over the axle)

This is a discussion on 93-02- 2.5" True Duals w/X-pipe (over the axle) within the Parts For Sale / Trade forums, part of the Sponsors Group Pricing and Parts Review category; For sale are a set of 2.5" true duals that I made from scratch. It consists of all aluminized mandrel ...

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    93-02- 2.5" True Duals w/X-pipe (over the axle)

    For sale are a set of 2.5" true duals that I made from scratch. It consists of all aluminized mandrel bent tubing, X-pipe, o2 bungs, GM driverside header to cat (3-bolt flange), Pypes 14" bullet style mufflers and Pypes dual/dual 2.5" polished '304' stainless tips. It will work with a stock or aftermarket torque arm and panhard bar. It took me 15 hours to build this

    It will fit the following:
    93-97 LT1 w/ stock manifolds or short headers (minor modifications to connect to factory system or LTH's)
    ALL 93-02 F-bodys with stock manifolds, mid-TH's and LTH's, but needs to be modified from the transmission forward.
    (I can supply the parts needed to connect this to your setup) just ask

    . A typical shop would charge more than $700 for parts and labor.

    I would rather this be a pickup, but I will take it apart and ship it.
    I am asking $350 O.B.O. (make any offers)




    At the far right, you can see the piece that was damaged in an accident. The rest of the system is not damaged.




    Last edited by 9t8z28; 09-21-2008 at 11:07 AM.

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    I've got bbk shorties, 94 z28, my exhaust makes it sound like a granny car....would this setup fit? Well done for making such an awesome setup also!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperChargedZ28 View Post
    I've got bbk shorties, 94 z28, my exhaust makes it sound like a granny car....would this setup fit? Well done for making such an awesome setup also!
    This setup will fit. The driverside header connection will need to be modified.

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    *digs in pocket* hmm... i might take this off your hands bro... i'll let ya know on friday...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spaz View Post
    *digs in pocket* hmm... i might take this off your hands bro... i'll let ya know on friday...
    Too bad its not a 3 incher.........drive over from Jersey

    How much for the dog.....

    Wanna build me a 3 incher

    Have funnnnnn

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    Quote Originally Posted by A 2000 SS in Jersey View Post
    Too bad its not a 3 incher.........drive over from Jersey

    How much for the dog.....

    Wanna build me a 3 incher

    Have funnnnnn
    That is one old beagle!

    How much horsepower do you have?

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    Question

    Couple questions...

    What holds the right side tailpipe/muffler up?

    You say you could supply whatever's needed to connect to longtubes?
    Is that extra $$$ ?

    Can you give me zip code of your area so I can see how long of a drive it'd be?

    ***EDIT***
    118 miles & about 2.5 hours one way, roughly

    Give me a shipping quote to Baltimore 21220 zip code please. Doubtful I could spend a whole day for an exhaust deal.

    Thanks.
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    Im not to familiar with Pypes bullets how do they sound?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rel3rd View Post
    Couple questions...

    What holds the right side tailpipe/muffler up?

    You say you could supply whatever's needed to connect to longtubes?
    Is that extra $$$ ?

    Can you give me zip code of your area so I can see how long of a drive it'd be?

    ***EDIT***
    118 miles & about 2.5 hours one way, roughly

    Give me a shipping quote to Baltimore 21220 zip code please. Doubtful I could spend a whole day for an exhaust deal.

    Thanks.
    I am supplying (2) stainless wire forms (needs to be welded to pipe) and (2) stainless block hanger to support the pass. side.

    Yes, it will cost extra for the pieces to connect the system to LTH's. This is technically a cat-back system.

    Shipping will be $45

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    Quote Originally Posted by 00WS6BlueMetallic View Post
    Im not to familiar with Pypes bullets how do they sound?
    They have a smooth deep sound with barely any rasp. I will get a sound clip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9t8z28 View Post
    I am supplying (2) stainless wire forms (needs to be welded to pipe) and (2) stainless block hanger to support the pass. side.

    Yes, it will cost extra for the pieces to connect the system to LTH's. This is technically a cat-back system.

    Shipping will be $45
    Gotcha. When you get a chance, let me know how much more the header connection stuff will be, assuming it will still be a "bolt-on" (slip-fit) type exhaust at that point. I have JetHot brand headers, 3" slip-on collectors.

    I presently have a dual/dual SLP mufflered catback that I am happy with, but am seriously considering true duals...just don't know how badly I want them, so total out of pocket cost is what will help me decide.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rel3rd View Post
    Gotcha. When you get a chance, let me know how much more the header connection stuff will be, assuming it will still be a "bolt-on" (slip-fit) type exhaust at that point. I have JetHot brand headers, 3" slip-on collectors.

    I presently have a dual/dual SLP mufflered catback that I am happy with, but am seriously considering true duals...just don't know how badly I want them, so total out of pocket cost is what will help me decide.

    Thanks.
    Sorry for the late responses. I have been working 18 days straight and I haven't had the chance to get on here and answer questions. I finally get a day off on Sat. and I should be able to answer these questions then.

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    You still have it?

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    You still have it?
    Yes.

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    how much extra for parts to hook up to LT's as well as the brackets to suspend the exhaust the whole lenth of the car?

    also: is there more charge if you have to take it apart to ship it.

    I just cracked my x-pipe due to construction the other day and its a lost cause. Pluss i love the set up

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackbird02 View Post
    how much extra for parts to hook up to LT's as well as the brackets to suspend the exhaust the whole lenth of the car?

    also: is there more charge if you have to take it apart to ship it.

    I just cracked my x-pipe due to construction the other day and its a lost cause. Pluss i love the set up
    It will be around $55 to ship it. Make me an offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rel3rd View Post
    Gotcha. When you get a chance, let me know how much more the header connection stuff will be, assuming it will still be a "bolt-on" (slip-fit) type exhaust at that point. I have JetHot brand headers, 3" slip-on collectors.

    I presently have a dual/dual SLP mufflered catback that I am happy with, but am seriously considering true duals...just don't know how badly I want them, so total out of pocket cost is what will help me decide.

    Thanks.
    There is no way for me to make the head pipes to connect to your headers. All headers have different angle and locations where they dump. I can supply you with the pieces for about $70 but you will have to fabricate it.

    You could buy aluminized mandrel bends which would be much cheaper.

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    Here is a sound clip. Not the best.

    This is a stock LS1 with LTH's, no cats, and a Procharger.
    The system for sale has the same mufflers and same style exhaust.

    http://s118.photobucket.com/albums/o...t=DSCI0549.flv
    Last edited by 9t8z28; 10-11-2008 at 04:56 PM.

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