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has anyone tried the Summit Dual Exhaust setup?

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Old 05-10-2013, 11:41 PM   #1
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Arrow has anyone tried the Summit Dual Exhaust setup?

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/su.../model/mustang

for a mere $220 you get the full aluminized catback, sure it may not be as super shiny as stainless - you could always replace the tips for looks

seems pretty darned cheap
just need the H-pipe, or in our case the muffler shop will build us an x-pipe

thoughts? soundclips?
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found a GT soundclip


not bad - but what would the 3.8L sound like?
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Try it out, you don't need an x or h pipe you can run true duels. Just have a shop cut after the cats and weld it up. Although I do recommend either getting rid of those kittens or getting high flows but you are in cali and you goverment is a **** camp.
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Try it out, you don't need an x or h pipe you can run true duels. Just have a shop cut after the cats and weld it up. Although I do recommend either getting rid of those kittens or getting high flows but you are in cali and you goverment is a **** camp.
we'll be keeping the catalytics - and the muffler shop can do the X-pipe without issues, they'll cat after the cats - should be a pretty simple setup

we priced the shop to build a full stainless setup with magnaflows and it was ~$550, this will save us about 1/2 that
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also noticed that Jegs has a catback that's only $199 - would need to add tips but not a huge issue...

I wish I could find some used GT OEM exhaust around here!
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