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What I am wondering is a couple of months ago, I saw in Import Racer, a 1996-1999 Ex Coupe that had duel exhaust, do you think that it is wise to do that or keep it like it came from the factory with an aftermarket exhaust? And do you think that the horsepower would go up any?
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Yeah, no power gain. All you're doing is splitting the main exhaust pipe into to.
It may even be less efficient than stock.
 

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Hell even Supras run a Single outlet pipe.:D
 

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danmakG60 said:
Hell even Supras run a Single outlet pipe.:D
cause its a inline 6 , if a supra have a v6 engine , im pretty shure it gonna have dual exhaust :)

like every one said, a dual exhaust on a 4cylinder car is mainly for looks , since a single exhaust would work fine :) not that you wont gain any power from a dual, ive seen a turbo civic with dual exhaust and its pretty bad ass :)
 

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I think a lot of the idiots with duel exaust outlets on their body kits should either get duel exaust or get a differn't rear bumper, because it look gay. If you take it to some one who is good, you will probily gain just as much as a car with a single exaust. It should cost about the same as a good cat back to.
 

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Xtream said:
I think a lot of the idiots with duel exaust outlets on their body kits should either get duel exaust or get a differn't rear bumper, because it look gay.
what hes saying???????:) translation please:D
 

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Have you seen affter market body kits where the rear bumper has duel exaust ports? I am saying they look best with duel exaust. I hope this hellps
 
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