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Old 27 Jan 2009, 10:55 am
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Default duals for a non-gt turbo

Is there a dual exhaust system for the non-gt version of the turbo cruiser?

I have seen the one on pt-tuning.com for the GT's... Is the gains and sound there for the non-turbo motor as well? Do you loose the spare tire?

Anyone have the single magnaflow or borla exhausts?

does the cost justify the performance and sound?
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Old 27 Jan 2009, 12:52 pm
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Cool Re: duals for a non-gt turbo

Jered,
"Yes, no, no, yes, maybe"!
(Sorry! I couldn't help myself!)
Check out all the past threads on the issue. It's been covered pretty well over the last year. Several folks have stepped through the same issues in that time period.
I'm pretty sure you will be doing it for looks and personal taste. As any performance change is minimal effect for the $$.
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Old 27 Jan 2009, 02:43 pm
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Default Re: duals for a non-gt turbo

Looks yes... taste... I don't normally chew on exhaust pipes... (no further comment on that)...

I'm liking the dual idea but also am considering de-badging it for the "how the heck a PT do that" look... LOL

when I get home from work (15 hr days!) will do some more searching...
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Old 27 Jan 2009, 03:10 pm
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Default Re: duals for a non-gt turbo

Buy the exhaust system for the sound as there are no gains that are remotely there except for your butt dyno. The PT just doesn't push enough hp for any noticeable gains.
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