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    Is it possible to run a true dual exhaust system on my 1999 z28?

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    Yes it is. Best to do it with a set of LT hraders. You can get a kit fron texas speed or see your local exhaust shop.
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    Yup.. I have a T/D exhaust setup on my Trans am

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    Tsp is the way to go. I plan to do pacesetters and tsp duals with sweet thunders this winter. The tsp duals are dumped but can be run out the back with some fab work. Kooks has a setup but its like three or four times the cost, and its designed to work with their headers

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    Ok, cool. So many people have told me that there's not enough room under the car to run the pipes. Im sure my uncle knows a good exhaust man, the one I used to use closed down. Hopefully someone can bend the exhaust, I've really wanted a good dual exhaust system for the car since I bought it 5 years ago

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    i Had mine done at an exhaust shop and it cost me around 250 for parts and laber and im running glasspacks. But it dont sound like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt evans View Post
    i Had mine done at an exhaust shop and it cost me around 250 for parts and laber and im running glasspacks. But it dont sound like it
    If you're running your packs @ the collectors they won't sound like packs. They lose thier "crackle" there..

    When you run them further back in the intermediate pipe they have a different note and will have crackle.

    Just my .02

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    Depends on how you want it done.
    Do you want it all the way out the back? Do you want ground clearance? Can you put up with interior noise and droning?

    Personally, anything dumped at the rearend is out of the question for even a frequently driven street car. Weekend toy is a different matter. I prefer "to the bumper" nowadays and mandrel bent piping is a must for me, as well as ground clearance. Because of those stipulations, Bassani is the way to do it for me. Installs like a factory system and gives you stock type ground clearance. It's the only decent dual system that I've seen that's fits all the criteria on a 4th gen without breaking the bank.
    Last edited by Firebirdjones; 01-08-2012 at 09:38 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smittro View Post
    If you're running your packs @ the collectors they won't sound like packs. They lose thier "crackle" there..

    When you run them further back in the intermediate pipe they have a different note and will have crackle.

    Just my .02
    Mine stops at the axles not the collecters. On both of my cars to be exact. Its just like the Texas Speed true dual kit except my exhaust shop here can do anything. And on nether of my cars have that rasp at 3k rpms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt evans View Post
    Mine stops at the axles not the collecters. On both of my cars to be exact. Its just like the Texas Speed true dual kit except my exhaust shop here can do anything. And on nether of my cars have that rasp at 3k rpms.
    nice!

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    got videos of them on youtube. look up 02 camaro z28 ms4 x-pipe.

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