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Old 01-07-2006
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side exit exhaust

i was wondering if i could do a side exit cat back? is there enough space for a flowmaster? Has any one done this? Pics please

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yes, i have pics, but you have to dig through my site to find them, www.bobsride.com
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I'm thinkin about gettin a flowmaster mysheft...
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so i can do a gibson extreme duals and make it sides? it would work this way?
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If your talking about in front of BOTH rear tires, its not possible. The only way you can do dual side exit exhaust is if they both exit on the pass. side. Its not possible to exit on the driver side because the gas tank is in the way.
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for the record i hated the flowmaster, it was way too droney
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I have a single coming out the passenger side just in front of the rear wheel well with a dual tip and a flowmaster 40 series. It is real sick looking I think in my opinion. It isn't mad loud or anything (not to mention it is only a 3.0L) but it sound better than the stock and I like the look. I had a straight pipe after the cats for a while and after I put the muffler on it deffinatly shifted better and ran smoother over all. I will load a pic tommarrow after school for you and put it in as my main pic for posts.
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yea true "dual" side exit isnt possible because of the gas tank on the drivers side, but you cab do dual "one" side exit, i made one out of a buddys old cobra exhaust


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