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This is a discussion on Dual Exhaust ? within the Camaro / SS forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Originally Posted by Z28Thunder The photo shows one (exhaust pipe) that goes above the upper panhard rod support. The other ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z28Thunder View Post
    The photo shows one (exhaust pipe) that goes above the upper panhard rod support. The other one is below it and goes between the upper and axle. I would want both over the upper panhard. I know it is a Bassani exhaust but wonder if anyone has had damage to the pipe that goes between the upper and the axle.
    hmmmm....IDK....but i have seen people run true duals straight, right under the rear axle and out the back

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackbird-WS6 View Post
    hmmmm....IDK....but i have seen people run true duals straight, right under the rear axle and out the back
    And you can do what I think is over the axle.



    Again I know Bassani makes a good product. I would just wonder about the between pipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z28Thunder View Post

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    now only if a company would make something like that BUT that doesnt cost over $1000

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackbird-WS6 View Post
    now only if a company would make something like that BUT that doesnt cost over $1000
    once again I couldnt agree with you more! I know ill most likely end up spending the money just like they want you to.. but its just to keep the car breathing good! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99_SSinful View Post
    once again I couldnt agree with you more! I know ill most likely end up spending the money just like they want you to.. but its just to keep the car breathing good! lol
    yep...i would understand $600-675 for something like that, from headers to tips, 3inch/stainless

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99_SSinful View Post
    once again I couldnt agree with you more! I know ill most likely end up spending the money just like they want you to.. but its just to keep the car breathing good! lol
    I understand that no shop there will do work. But I would just wonder about the pipe between. I am doing some searching here on that issue. Again Bassani makes a good product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackbird-WS6 View Post
    yep...i would understand $600-675 for something like that, from headers to tips, 3inch/stainless
    I would understand $200 for a system like that but custom built. And yes with stainless a little more but not $ 600.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z28Thunder View Post
    I would understand $200 for a system like that but custom built. And yes with stainless a little more but not $ 600.
    dam yea i would agree with that BUT i dont think that will ever happen seeing as most of these companys are selling just there tips alone for $100-200 lol

    plus a good catback is more then $200

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackbird-WS6 View Post
    dam yea i would agree with that BUT i dont think that will ever happen seeing as most of these companys are selling just there tips alone for $100-200 lol

    plus a good catback is more then $200
    That is very true. Just paid $150 for this.. Not my car but same setup.



    $50 of that was to buy 2 Turbo Thrush mufflers. So when I want I can run like below. Just add the mufflers to the above photo (again not my car but have run with 2 Turbo Thrush).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Z28Thunder View Post
    That is very true. Just paid $150 for this.. Not my car but same setup.

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    $50 of that was to buy 2 Turbo Thrush mufflers. So when I want I can run like below. Just add the mufflers to the above photo (again not my car but have run with 2 Turbo Thrush).

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    thats a good deal if you ask me.....used in guessing??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackbird-WS6 View Post
    thats a good deal if you ask me.....used in guessing??

    No custom built not used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z28Thunder View Post
    No custom built not used.
    even better....cant get nothin like that done in my town for that price

    there going to want $100 just the weld the fucking thing haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by 67CamaroRSSS View Post
    Speed is just a question of money. How fast do you want to go????
    That was put to the OP only I know. But you can way over pay for that speed!!

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    That was put to the OP only I know. But you can way over pay for that speed!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackbird-WS6 View Post
    even better....cant get nothin like that done in my town for that price

    there going to want $100 just the weld the fucking thing haha
    Wow $100 just to do the welding. With that said I can see the $600 plus sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z28Thunder View Post
    Wow $100 just to do the welding. With that said I can see the $600 plus sorry.
    yea lol....im in FL SO everyone says they can weld (so they say lol) and that gives the poeple that can weld very well the upper hand to charge more

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    True DAT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99_SSinful View Post
    There are no shops around here that will do anything with exhaust.. nor will they put headers on.. so all the exhaust set up will be left to me.. lol.. and im not trying to down grade you at all Firebirdjones.. but when it comes to my car... I want the best lol.. if the bassani is as good as ive heard then I will probably get that.. but I still need to know if the 2000 set up is the same as the 99
    Not downgrading me at all, I actually praise the Bassani setup. If a real dual system is what I was after, I'd do the Bassani in a heart beat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z28Thunder View Post
    The photo shows one (exhaust pipe) that goes above the upper panhard rod support. The other one is below it and goes between the upper and axle. I would want both over the upper panhard. I know it is a Bassani exhaust but wonder if anyone has had damage to the pipe that goes between the upper and the axle.
    Not from what I've seen. Seems to work fine, but those with Panhard relocation setups might run into trouble.
    Talk to Mrr23, he runs this setup on a pair of 4th gens if I remember right.

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