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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-28-2006, 09:19 PM Thread Starter
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SC muffler on n/a V6?

just want to have the true SC look doesnt have to be true dual

can I use a muffler from an SC or will the minimal performance I have be worse

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Are you talking about using both rear SC mufflers and the Y pipe?


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prolly won't notice a bit of difference performance wise.

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theres no diffrence at all, ive done it to my old one. And its not going to fit if your just expecting to use your regular resonator. Make sure you got the pass side bracket too

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just looking to make it a "fake" dual exhaust I'll check with my SC parts guys see what they say

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You should be able to use V8 rear exhaust, too.
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