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Old 02-14-2013, 08:45 AM   #11 (permalink)
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There's was a blue one for sale a while ago on Craigslist with dual exhaust. You should add a header and catless dp!!
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There's was a blue one for sale a while ago on Craigslist with dual exhaust. You should add a header and catless dp!!
Header yes in the near future and catless dp nah i already have all custom exhaust with hi-flow cat catless sounds terrbile on these cars.
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Here's a question ladies and gents: if you're running a 3" exhaust and split it into (2) 2.5" mufflers, will the flow of the 3" still be reduced to a 2.5" or will it remain the same because its essentially flowing into 2 different mufflers which both add up to a greater diameter?
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The cross sectional area of a single 3" pipe (assuming 3" ID) is 7.1 sq in. A single 2.5 " pipe (again 2.5" ID) is 4.8 sq in. Two 2.5" pipes is 9.8 sq in. So I would expect two 2.5" pipes and mufflers to flow better.
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Old 02-15-2013, 12:11 PM   #16 (permalink)
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The cross sectional area of a single 3" pipe (assuming 3" ID) is 7.1 sq in. A single 2.5 " pipe (again 2.5" ID) is 4.8 sq in. Two 2.5" pipes is 9.8 sq in. So I would expect two 2.5" pipes and mufflers to flow better.
I just thought I would add in the math.

3 x 3 x .7854= 7.0686

2.5 x 2.5 x .7854 = 4.9 x 2 = 9.8

2.25 x 2.25 x .7854 = 4 x 2 = 8

2 x 2 x .7854 = 3.1 x 2 = 6.2
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I just thought I would add in the math.

3 x 3 x .7854= 7.0686

2.5 x 2.5 x .7854 = 4.9 x 2 = 9.8

2.25 x 2.25 x .7854 = 4 x 2 = 8

2 x 2 x .7854 = 3.1 x 2 = 6.2
Nerd.......so if I do dual twin loop mufflers and start my car in the woods will it make a sound?
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It will but no one else will hear it...
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Dual twin loop's. That kid failed to say much about his that time, I was rather let down by his lack of info. Who better to stand strong and give it a try 1313!
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