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  • 88Vic
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    Originally posted by MarquisMalarky
    What's a good diameter for true duals? I plan on getting rid of the cats.
    If you're gonna leave the engine stock and run no cats, 2" is fine. If you plan on modding the engine, it's better to move on up to a 2.25" or 2.5" system.

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  • 91 LTD
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    Originally posted by 88crwnvc
    i would just look into a local exhaust shop. i paid about $250 for a complete "true" dual exhaust system. It was all 2" stuff and it looks good custom bent, plus half of the cost was the flowmaster super 40's i put on it.
    That's a good price for all that.

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  • Nathan in MI
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    Originally posted by MarquisMalarky
    What's a good diameter for true duals? I plan on getting rid of the cats.
    If you're doing any engine mods, you'll get the most out of it if you use 2.25" or 2.5" pipe.

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  • MarquisMalarky
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    What's a good diameter for true duals? I plan on getting rid of the cats.

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  • 88crwnvc
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    i would just look into a local exhaust shop. i paid about $250 for a complete "true" dual exhaust system. It was all 2" stuff and it looks good custom bent, plus half of the cost was the flowmaster super 40's i put on it.

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  • 85MercPark
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    Cool, when this stock stuff wears out that's my goal.
    I have a FORD muffler so I wonder if it's original or dealer replaced, but still looks good.

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  • nitroracer
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    Yes, a regular H-pipe has cats. Or you could have a pair of high flow cats welded onto an off-road h-pipe.

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  • 85MercPark
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    Originally posted by Nathan in MN
    Scott gets the credit for this recipe:

    Shorty headers
    Mustang off road h-pipe (or regular h-pipe if you have to pass a sniffer)
    Mustang 2.5" mid-pipes
    2.5"x18" extension pipes
    Mufflers of your choice
    '94-'95 Impala front section tailpipes
    Two more 2.5"x18" extension pipes


    That'll give you a 2.5" exhaust front to back. It's not exactly a kit, but it works out pretty well.

    Does the regular H-Pipe allow Cats?

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  • Southern_Pride
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    I wish tailpipes would fit around my tires.

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  • gadget73
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    Thats exactly whats on my car. Works well. Might not be the fanciest, but it works and the price was good. I'd like to weld the extension pieces to the Mustang mids instead of just having them clamped like they are now, but thats a minor thing.

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  • Nathan in MI
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    Scott gets the credit for this recipe:

    Shorty headers
    Mustang off road h-pipe (or regular h-pipe if you have to pass a sniffer)
    Mustang 2.5" mid-pipes
    2.5"x18" extension pipes
    Mufflers of your choice
    '94-'95 Impala front section tailpipes
    Two more 2.5"x18" extension pipes


    That'll give you a 2.5" exhaust front to back. It's not exactly a kit, but it works out pretty well.

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  • 88Vic
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    If you're going to swap in a 5.0 HO into your car, then you can add a 2.5" dual exhaust. Mustang headers to a catless h-pipe, then to whatever mufflers you want, then Impala SS tails. Or you can get a 2.25" Mustang exhaust. I don't think the exact exhaust from a Mustang will work, but something similar will.

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  • MarquisMalarky
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    I guess I'll have to look into that then. Thank you

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  • mrltd
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    Nobody makes a performance kit for the boxes. Custom exhuast with a couple parts from different apps works well. The impala 2.5" are nice, but for most 2.25 is all that is needed, and can be bent my a local shop without any issues.

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  • FastGallopingPonies
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    As far as I know there are no "hi performance" exhaust kits. There are companies that make OE style Duals like on the towing and Polic packaged cars. as for a better system Off road Mustang H, (s10 maybe?) Mid Pipes, Mufflers of your choice and I beleive the Impala tails are what the guys find the best.

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