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Old 02-04-2005
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Exhaust Arrangement **UPDATE**

Okay, here are three pics of possible setups I will use. I will use one of these three.

I am happy with my Bassani Muffler, so the first two options could be done with my SI/SO muffler. If I go with the last option, I'll need to buy a new exhaust setup completely.

This is an aesthetics question more than anything. Which looks the best?

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Option B (PS'd by me, I could carve the extra hole easily):
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Option D: (NEW OPTION)


D was PS'd by a friend on RPS, and I kind of like it. Too much? Or perfect?

LMK PLEEEEAAAZE.

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C, totally. The other two look wierd. Dont do double tips on both sides though, like u know, ()=() ()=() Because it seems sorta ricey. That was a pretty good drawing of exhaust using symbols..

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I don't like A.

I like B, but I know firsthand that carving out an extra hole is easy, but it will never be as clean and neat and 'rolled' as the actual molded plastic.

C is nice, but still far too common for dual-exhaust. I wish you could find a skirt that would allow you to trim the sides and have a flat roll-pan for the rear. I love side exit's.
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B, C is so over done and used, A just looks a little lonly, and B fits it perfect. B has both looks and is uses your stock muffler so you wont have to hassle with getting a new muffler. Make sure to have tips more along the lines of those sizes though, a guy localy has a tip like B but his tips are basically stock tips and it looks so cheesy...
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c is for cookie
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i choose B only cause im forced with those choices
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c with two dual tips
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UPDATE....look at top post.....
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i would have to say go with c
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i say a or c, but mainly c.
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Still C..looks classy, not gawdy
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C is so over used though. I say be different John, D all the way!
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