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How many of you guys have True Dual Exhaust?

This is a discussion on How many of you guys have True Dual Exhaust? within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Originally Posted by Hurley711 $375 installed for everything? yes, for fellow LS1.com members...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurley711 View Post
    $375 installed for everything?
    yes, for fellow LS1.com members

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    There are no clearance issues with the track/panhard bar? Suspension travel is OK? How about if the car is lowered?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fran D View Post
    There are no clearance issues with the track/panhard bar? Suspension travel is OK? How about if the car is lowered?
    There are no clearance issues with the track/panhard bar. Although I do recemend a panhard relocation bracket so both pipes can run over the axle in the same place. Doing so will give a more cleaner look. Suspension travel is fine, no rubbing or anything of any kind. I even drove the car down a rough road really fast to see if it would bottom out.
    The car is a 97SS, which is the lowest sitting F-Body produced from 93-02.

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    How do the bullet mufflers flow? I am not really familar with them, and does the PHR have to be relocated?

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    The bullets are from Pypes Performance Exhaust. Its basically louvers inside that the exhaust flows over.
    BMR makes the relocation bracket and support. Here is a link
    http://www.lmperformance.com/4336/1.html

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    Bullets flow average.
    Is that system mandrel??? If so...$375 is a FREAKING STEAL!!



    My set-up.
    Kooks 1 7/8" longtubes, QTP 3" cutouts, 3" duals into a 4" X-pipe, into 2 1/2" to clear the Moser 9", into 5x8 Magnaflow mufflers.
    2008 Trailblazer SS
    Yank PTB3600, Kooks 1 7/8" LT's, 4" intake, E-fans, Magnaflow, Sonnax kit, tranny cooler, tune.
    Lowered, HID's, tinted.

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    531.1 RWHP 481.3 FT/Pounds all motor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9t8z28 View Post
    The bullets are from Pypes Performance Exhaust. Its basically louvers inside that the exhaust flows over.
    BMR makes the relocation bracket and support. Here is a link
    http://www.lmperformance.com/4336/1.html
    So with the relocation kit I am looking at over $600 for the setup, trying to keep price down, the $375 sounds good, relocating the PHR almost doubles it. I'd rather use the $600+ towards heads to be honest. Again, does it have to be relocated to work? Or is that just to make it look good? Thanks again, appreciate your help, and are they mandrel bends or crushed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9t8z28 View Post
    There are no clearance issues with the track/panhard bar. Although I do recemend a panhard relocation bracket so both pipes can run over the axle in the same place. Doing so will give a more cleaner look. Suspension travel is fine, no rubbing or anything of any kind. I even drove the car down a rough road really fast to see if it would bottom out.
    The car is a 97SS, which is the lowest sitting F-Body produced from 93-02.
    System work with LS1 cars? I have a 2000

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    Bullets flow average.
    Is that system mandrel??? If so...$375 is a FREAKING STEAL!!



    My set-up.
    Kooks 1 7/8" longtubes, QTP 3" cutouts, 3" duals into a 4" X-pipe, into 2 1/2" to clear the Moser 9", into 5x8 Magnaflow mufflers.
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    Damn Mr. Lous, u have the sweetest exhaust system i've ever seen on an f body. how much did all that cost?
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    Tuned at Mongillo Motors in New Haven, CT

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    Cutouts = $75
    Duals (non-mandrel) = $600
    Mufflers = $160 for both
    Kooks = $800

    Didn't want to choke the stroker.
    And thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurley711 View Post
    So with the relocation kit I am looking at over $600 for the setup, trying to keep price down, the $375 sounds good, relocating the PHR almost doubles it. I'd rather use the $600+ towards heads to be honest. Again, does it have to be relocated to work? Or is that just to make it look good? Thanks again, appreciate your help, and are they mandrel bends or crushed?
    No, the relocation bracket just looks better. Everything is mandrel bent. You comprimise to much flow with crinkle bends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurley711 View Post
    System work with LS1 cars? I have a 2000
    Yes, it will work. The only difference between 93/97 and 98/02 is from the back of the tranny forward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    Bullets flow average.
    Is that system mandrel??? If so...$375 is a FREAKING STEAL!!



    My set-up.
    Kooks 1 7/8" longtubes, QTP 3" cutouts, 3" duals into a 4" X-pipe, into 2 1/2" to clear the Moser 9", into 5x8 Magnaflow mufflers.
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    Thats a very nice setup. How low does it hang and can you see the muffs from the back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9t8z28 View Post
    Thats a very nice setup. How low does it hang and can you see the muffs from the back.
    It clears nicely considering the car is lowered. I don't daily drive it, but it takes a nice hole/speed bump to get the lower flange of the cutouts. And if it does get them...it is very light scraping.
    You can barely see the mufflers from the back. I have had them lined up better since this pic.

    Click for full size

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    I had it on my last z28...it was a shitty ass 1 1/2 inch over hte exhaust though

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9t8z28 View Post
    Yes, it will work. The only difference between 93/97 and 98/02 is from the back of the tranny forward.
    I might be heading your way in a few months to get this done, what if I wanted to buy some Magnaflow mufflers myself and bring them with, same size as the bullets, would that be alright? Just knock off the bullet price from the $375, think the bullets are $45 or so a piece? Wanna keep the tone down a little, and I know the magnaflows flow well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurley711 View Post
    I might be heading your way in a few months to get this done, what if I wanted to buy some Magnaflow mufflers myself and bring them with, same size as the bullets, would that be alright? Just knock off the bullet price from the $375, think the bullets are $45 or so a piece? Wanna keep the tone down a little, and I know the magnaflows flow well
    Just let me know!
    What Magnaflows are you talking about!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9t8z28 View Post
    Just let me know!
    What Magnaflows are you talking about!
    http://www.byunspeed.com/product_inf...3442cd4c301674

    How will these work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurley711 View Post
    Let me check to see if that size casing will fit with center in/center out. What exactly is that muffler? Straight through design? What kind of packing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9t8z28 View Post
    Let me check to see if that size casing will fit with center in/center out. What exactly is that muffler? Straight through design? What kind of packing?
    Not sure, they are the ones that MrLuos used on his above setup, flows well and a little quieter, think Magnaflow also has oval mufflers that flow well.......

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