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Had this done this morning at a local muffler shop. Took them about 3 hours give or take. They did a real nice job. More pics will be posted later on, I just took some quick snaps..


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I like it !
I don't think I've seen that colour in a first gen either. I looks pretty good!
Is i true dual or just split? either way it looks great!

I'm looking forward to seeing some more picture.
 

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Looks the same color as mine! Dodge called it "Driftwood Quartz" or some **** like that. It's pretty funky, kinda changes color depending on lighting, sometimes it's a silvery color, others it's a goldish color. I dig the spoiler! I gotta get me one!
What color is your interior? If it's that blueish greeny grey, I think we got twins!

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I dig the setup and the tips too! So did you run right off the cats or get like an 80 series and run duals off the muffler?? I dig the color and spoiler on your car! real purty. :cool:
 

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I cut out both the muffler and the resonator, put an S pipe where the big box thing was, ran it to one dynomax on the left side, had it split from there across the spare tire well and to the second dynomax, so two functioning mufflers. It isn't true duals, because our cars are impossible to run straight from the manifolds, because of the lack of room. But it sounds really good, deep toned. I love it....pics are soon to come, maybe tomorrow.......
 

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Originally posted by 95-TREP-ES:
I cut out both the muffler and the resonator, put an S pipe where the big box thing was, ran it to one dynomax on the left side, had it split from there across the spare tire well and to the second dynomax, so two functioning mufflers. It isn't true duals, because our cars are impossible to run straight from the manifolds, because of the lack of room. But it sounds really good, deep toned. I love it....pics are soon to come, maybe tomorrow.......

what tips are those?
 

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Yeah, those tips are pretty sweet. Make sure you get a close of of those babies :cool:
 

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oh and hey Starscream, is your hood popped in your signature pic? :p :D :)
 

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Yeah starScreamer in both youre first and youre second signature pics, youre hood is open alittle just making sure im not hallucinating :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
 

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I wanted to do something similar (probably with only one muffler and two outlet pipes). You should have shot some photos of it when it was on the lift. That would help. :)
 

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That what i am hoping to do sometime soon, is get my car on a lift so i can get some under-car shots of my exhaust setup
 

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I forgot to take my digital to the shop, that would of been cool. It looks crazy underneath the car, from the back when your behind me, it looks like a cat back system, I love it. I can't get over the sound, it isn't obnoxious, but I didnt want a real loud setup anyway. The tips are made by 3A racing, Advance carries 3A racing products and tips. I think its a 31/2 tip but not sure. The tips are just perfect, they do gurgle a bit at high rpms, I guess from the size of the tip. I'm waiting on a sunny day to go and take some real good shots.
 
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