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True Duals???

This is a discussion on True Duals??? within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; i think true duals are just done for gloating rights...

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    i think true duals are just done for gloating rights

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    Quote Originally Posted by third_shift|studios View Post


    i think true duals are just done for gloating rights
    Yeah??

    I have duals. And dual cutouts.

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    that's pointless!

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    Not per the dyno graph.

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    If I was going to go with a true dual setup, I'd definitely go with the Bassani TD system. It fits in the same area as the stock Y-Pipe system, so there are no ground clearance or fitment issues.

    Heres what it looks like:


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    Quote Originally Posted by third_shift|studios View Post


    i think true duals are just done for gloating rights
    there is a definite power gain to be had

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    wow! that bassani system is clean as hell!

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    I don't know how to post the picture but here's the link http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showth...=572546&page=4
    How about this setup?

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    Under the axle might be a clearance issue.


    What mods do you have on the car? Are duals something you need to support the power the motor makes?

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    I have no mods at all I just got the car but I have big plans for it and I don't want to get a plane jane exhaust and then by the time I start getting into heavy mods I don't want to have to change the exhaust again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kams95ss View Post
    I'm planning on getting true duals sometime next week and I've tried to do a search on the different ways it can be done but can never find anything. I want to run 3" from headers back with no cats if anyone out there has any pics of their true dual exhaust could you plsease post some.
    i dont have any pic but mine is an off road H pipe with flows, im not sure which series they are? they are 170 a peice though, the previous owner did the exhaust work, it sounds like a BEAST!

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    btw, they will prolly have to bend persay, the piping on the left hand side, sideways a bit so u can get proper clearence. if you just take it easy over speed bumps and stuff you will be fine, if your house is on a hill, then you are gonna be screwed getting down the driveway...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wesman View Post
    If I was going to go with a true dual setup, I'd definitely go with the Bassani TD system. It fits in the same area as the stock Y-Pipe system, so there are no ground clearance or fitment issues.

    Heres what it looks like:

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    What's the price on that bad boy, and do any of our sponsors carry it?


    Edit: I found it, basically a grand, ouch.
    Last edited by big_hink; 11-11-2006 at 09:16 PM.

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