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4 cyl. dual exhaust by 84se-Stock
Started on: 12-26-2003 01:41 PM
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Report this Post12-26-2003 01:41 PM Click Here to See the Profile for 84se-StockSend a Private Message to 84se-StockDirect Link to This Post
I want to convert my 4 cyl exhaust to dual tips (like the 6 cyl.). Can I use a 2.8l muffler and ends on my stock 2.5l exhaust? Will there be any back pressure or power issues? Also...does anybody know the cost of a 2.8l muffler and tips from Canadian Tire?
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Report this Post12-26-2003 01:58 PM Click Here to See the Profile for JazzManClick Here to Email JazzManSend a Private Message to JazzManDirect Link to This Post
Just get the whole system from a V6 car, it'll bolt right on. Be aware that the '88 cars are different, but the '84-'87 years interchange.

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Report this Post12-26-2003 03:42 PM Click Here to See the Profile for FieroBUZZSend a Private Message to FieroBUZZDirect Link to This Post
They run about 200.00 from CTC. It comes as a welded set of pipes and the muffler all together (cat back). You'll need to add bends from the muffler out and tips.
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Report this Post12-26-2003 04:15 PM Click Here to See the Profile for 84se-StockSend a Private Message to 84se-StockDirect Link to This Post
Do they include the tips themselves or do I have to get those seperate?
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Report this Post12-26-2003 04:36 PM Click Here to See the Profile for frankt2012Click Here to Email frankt2012Send a Private Message to frankt2012Direct Link to This Post
Pretty easy to do. I have a dual exhaust setup on my iron duke. I got the Ocelot exhaust from the Fiero store and removed the cat. I also put on Borla tips. All you need to do is add the hangers from a V6 to the rear so the two tips stay up.

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Report this Post12-26-2003 05:29 PM Click Here to See the Profile for DustoneGTSend a Private Message to DustoneGTDirect Link to This Post
that sounds like a pretty good price to me,
equals out to around 150-160 USD.

Does the flowmaster 40 series sound any good
on an iron duke? If not, what does other than stock?

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Report this Post12-26-2003 06:08 PM Click Here to See the Profile for FieroBUZZSend a Private Message to FieroBUZZDirect Link to This Post
This may be pointing the wrong way, but this is a CTC v-6 exhaust. One end attaches to the cat. It comes all welded together as seen. I think they list it at about 250.00, but they were on sale for 200.00 for a while (I think they're trying to move them out. And you will need 2 small 90 degree bends at the outlets to send it to the back of the car and tips of your choice (single, dual, etc)

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Report this Post12-26-2003 07:14 PM Click Here to See the Profile for donk316Click Here to Email donk316Send a Private Message to donk316Direct Link to This Post
Are you talking about dual tip exhaust or a true dual exhaust? With a 4 banger youll need a tri-y style header for true duals. Unless you just want the look by ading another tip.

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Report this Post12-26-2003 07:26 PM Click Here to See the Profile for 84se-StockSend a Private Message to 84se-StockDirect Link to This Post
I'm talking about using a 2.8L setup from the muffler back. just concerned about any back pressure or power issues involved with the replacment. the fiero store offers a nice dual setup for the 2.5L but I can't afford that so I'm looking for another setup which doesn't involve custom fabrication by a muffler shop.
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Report this Post12-26-2003 07:30 PM Click Here to See the Profile for 86fieroEarlClick Here to Email 86fieroEarlSend a Private Message to 86fieroEarlDirect Link to This Post
When I had the duke in my 86se It ran with duel exhaust stock, I believe there the same as the 2.8 exhaust setup.
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Report this Post12-26-2003 09:45 PM Click Here to See the Profile for red85gtClick Here to visit red85gt's HomePageClick Here to Email red85gtSend a Private Message to red85gtDirect Link to This Post
Like they said get it used from a V6 car. brackets and all. It shouldent affet youre engines performace. might even make it better.

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Report this Post12-26-2003 09:57 PM Click Here to See the Profile for JncomuttClick Here to Email JncomuttSend a Private Message to JncomuttDirect Link to This Post
don't worry about backpressure. I ran my 4cyl with no muffler and it ran great.

Turned a 17.0 1/4 as a matter of fact..

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Report this Post12-26-2003 11:37 PM Click Here to See the Profile for jelly2m8Click Here to Email jelly2m8Send a Private Message to jelly2m8Direct Link to This Post
Call the local exhaust shops Caleb, I've been buying V6 mufflers from Mighty Muffler on North street for anywhere between 50 and 80 dollars ( depending if theres a sale or not)

I did buy a few from Midas, I believe theres are about 115-120 dollars.

Of course, you will have to find a Right side exhaust tip and elbow. I can modify a left side tip to work on the right side of the car.

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