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Im lookin for a cat back true dual exhaust

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    Im lookin for a cat back true dual exhaust

    Who makes a bolt on, cat back, true dual, over the axle and out to the bumper exhaust system. I have heard bassani makes one, does anyone else? Is the bassani a good system and how much does it cost? I would like to buy a cat back ASAP so any info would speed up the process! Thanks

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    Are you looking for duals for a late model Camaro/Firebird or an older model Camaro/Firebird?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tt69camaro
    Who makes a bolt on, cat back, true dual, over the axle and out to the bumper exhaust system. I have heard bassani makes one, does anyone else? Is the bassani a good system and how much does it cost? I would like to buy a cat back ASAP so any info would speed up the process! Thanks
    I ordered my bassani X 2.5" stainless steel true duals and paid 999.00 with shipping cost included last week and waiting...
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    This project is a 98 Trans am. I just don't want to buy a single cat back and then not be happy, then buy duals. Spend the money the right way the first time.

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    Im in the same boat, I have a 98 Z28 with the ls1 motor. I spoke to a local exhaust shop, and he recommended true duals with borla. He said he had done alot of camaro's and had some dyno them after with a 34-36HP gain. Im not a fan of borla though... He did say he could do it with flowmaster but im not a huge fan of them either. If i went with a catback system, i was looking at SLP LM, but the guy said the HP gains wouldnt be as much as true duals. The setup he would do would be from the catalytic converters back, true duals. Im still pondering......

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    you do not need true duals unless your building a big cube motor, its just a myth the Y pipe flows just as good as true duals do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zboner
    you do not need true duals unless your building a big cube motor, its just a myth the Y pipe flows just as good as true duals do.
    but still doesn't replace the true duals sound. my friend has longtubes and gmmg, and still doesn't sound as good as true duals. as far as power is concerned I hear you pick up more low end torque with duals, but I don't have a sheet to compare my dyno to my friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zboner
    you do not need true duals unless your building a big cube motor, its just a myth the Y pipe flows just as good as true duals do.
    Mrr has a dyno sheet that proves that incorrect. I thought the way you do, but turns out true duals are better.

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    Duals Are Much Better !!!!!!

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    but what is 2-3 HP going to do for you honestly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zboner
    but what is 2-3 HP going to do for you honestly?
    lol, ask him for the dyno sheet

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    borla 3" adjustable cat back vs bassani tru-duals


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    Wow, that a huge difference between the two. I know I can tell the difference now after I got everything fixed.


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