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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-21-2009, 12:09 AM Thread Starter
 
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Im just asking for anyones input on this subject. i have a 93 z71 silverado short bed extended cab that ive just put summit racing shorty headers on and i cant decide what would be the best exhaust to run with. I was wantin to go true dual but ppl have told me ima lose torc because the back pressure is not gona be there like it should and ive been told also the less resistance the better so i dont really know what to do. soon im gona be putting a 6 in lift and runnin 35s on 16x10 rims steel wheels. any body with suggestions im all ears
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 07-29-2009, 04:07 PM
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After putting true dual exhaust on my Sub I decided that I am not a fan. There is two of everything (muffler, cat, etc..) and a lot more tube which increases the cost, it didn't really improve power over a single, and it doesn't sound any better than it did before.
I had mine done at a local exhaust shop, which I highly recommend. They can bend up a custom exhaust for you, exactly where you want it to run. I had them tuck the whole system up nice and high so you cannot even see it when looking from the side, which helps keep it out of the trail obstacles.
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Well to me it sounds like you are wanting it to look good so why not go ahead and add the dual exhaust system to it.With it being a dual exhaust it would be more eye candy to look at boot.
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