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So, I know a lot of yall have been checking out exhaust systems.

Who is everybody leaning towards? :geek:
 

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When I do it, it will be long tube headers and dynomax bullet mufflers. Probably do the Supermaxx system from Tbyrne. Nice system and had something very similar on my T/A for the second system I put on it and the difference between shortys and long tubes is huge, I would never put shortys on a car again.

Also, I have a lift in my warehouse & the MAC man stops by every week, so I am a bit spoiled on ease of installation.
 

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to dual or not to dual.....what are the goods and the bads of elliminating the crossover (currently H) and running dual exhaust with no tie in (383 4sp, 40 series Flowmast)
 

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CORSA!! juss installed today sounds bad a**!!
 

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I have the Blastin' Bobs, sounds great and the bang for the buck can't be beat.
 

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I was really planning on waiting for the Kooks longtubes and Corsa, but just recently got a killer deal on a set of JBA headers (which I will be able to use with the turbo kit that is being produced) and a Magnaflow exhaust system.

Depending on how I like the magnaflows though, I may still get the corsa a little later on down the road
 

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to dual or not to dual.....what are the goods and the bads of elliminating the crossover (currently H) and running dual exhaust with no tie in (383 4sp, 40 series Flowmast)
Bads: One bank of cylinders doesn't know what the other is doing - they can have different backpressure, though their intakes are identical.

Goods: Can't think of any - straight is straight, all you eliminate is a pound of crossover pipe.
 

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Bads: One bank of cylinders doesn't know what the other is doing - they can have different backpressure, though their intakes are identical.

Goods: Can't think of any - straight is straight, all you eliminate is a pound of crossover pipe.
Yep - there will be a loss of exhaust scavanging!
 

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I LOVE my Bassani cat-back.. I got stainless, but you can get the same kit in aluminized to save money.
 

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to dual or not to dual.....what are the goods and the bads of elliminating the crossover (currently H) and running dual exhaust with no tie in (383 4sp, 40 series Flowmast)
I had Flowmaster 50s on my '66 Chrysler with a 383. Downright obnoxious in parking garages and at WOT but quiet on the highway. You definately want duals, but on old cars I don't think there's a lot to be gained from a crossover on most applications.

If you have logs, skip the crossover.

For my Charger, I'm considering yanking the suitcase despite saying for the last year I wasn't going to mod it. I want something more authoritative but that I can live with every day.
 

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I LOVE my Bassani cat-back.. I got stainless, but you can get the same kit in aluminized to save money.
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