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Old 04 Dec 2003, 08:45 pm
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Default SIZE exhaust needed for S2

Does anyone know the size exhaust needed for the S2? Is it 3" turbo back? I have the BTG muffler on now.
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Old 04 Dec 2003, 08:51 pm
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2.5 will work n/p

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Old 04 Dec 2003, 09:15 pm
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2.5 is fine....
but 3 inch is divine!!
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Old 04 Dec 2003, 09:18 pm
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3" works on mine with down side pipes

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Old 04 Dec 2003, 10:27 pm
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does it have to be Turbo Back? Or just Cat Back?
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Old 04 Dec 2003, 10:45 pm
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S2 only requires a cat-back to make the numbers....
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Old 04 Dec 2003, 10:59 pm
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Thanx 3Bar[^]
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Old 05 Dec 2003, 02:10 am
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I have heard that 2.25 flows up to 230-240hp and 2.5 is 240-290ish and so on..
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Buying a 2.5 exhaust is like buying stage I when Stage II is available....

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