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Old 22 Mar 2015, 07:44 pm
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Probably not this?



The tips DO come out in front of the rear tires.

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That looks retarded!
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Old 22 Mar 2015, 07:46 pm
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Then you would want your muffler shop to do something like this:




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Yeah sometimes like that,I'd want them to come straight out not do all that turning,lol
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Old 22 Mar 2015, 08:01 pm
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Just remember most of these exhaust configurations are for looks and more then likely lower the originals engine output.
I'm not a whole lot worried about the engine output. It's just a daily driver that isn't being built for racing.
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Yeah sometimes like that,I'd want them to come straight out not do all that turning,lol

That was a photoshop of the TRENDSETTER system that I posted up above.


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Old 22 Mar 2015, 08:30 pm
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That was a photoshop of the TRENDSETTER system that I posted up above.


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Yeah I figured it was. I'm thinking turbo muffler then T the pipe right in front of the wheels then just straight out with some decent tips.

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Yeah I figured it was. I'm thinking turbo muffler then T the pipe right in front of the wheels then just straight out with some decent tips.
You mean something more like this?

TotalSleepers setup. His tips were hand formed stainless.


This type of system has been done with great success many times over the years. I say go for it!

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I just called a muffler shop and asked for a quote to run my exhaust like I want and they said it wouldn't be legal so they can't do it. Said tips had to run all the way out the back.
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