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Old 06-17-2007, 16:27   #1 (permalink)
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Exhaust Overhaul Questions

I've got a 92 CV and want to replace the exhaust system completely, possibly to dual. I want to keep it quiet for the most part, but want decent flow. What is the best budget friendly way of going about this? Also, do they make cold air systems for 92s?

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Re: Exhaust Overhaul Questions

Most budget friendly is going to be factory dual exhaust. The flow won't be the best it could be, but it'll be far better than the single exhaust.

Also look for some performance mufflers. Most of them will be a little noisier than stock, but you can probably find something that'll be decently quiet.

If you live somewhere that doesn't do emissions testing, you can eliminate the catalytic converters, but on these cars they put oxygen sensors after the catalytics so that the computer could see how well they're working--if you eliminate them the computer will set off a code saying the cats aren't working properly. There's ways around the problem, but it can get expensive. And really, if the cats aren't plugged, they aren't a very significant restriction to flow. And they do help keep the car a lot quieter, which you said you wanted.
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Re: Exhaust Overhaul Questions

dual exhaust parts can be bought at advanced auto parts. the h-pipe is like 50 bucks, mufflers, however much you want to spend on them, then the over axel/tails are about 30 bucks a piece....then if you want to do headers, it gets more expensive...but you can buy all the parts you want for about 150ish. or buy a pre made set from walker or jegs or summit, something like that, but advanced auto or maybe pepboys/autozone...is the way to go..
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