Dual exhausts is possible on any engine your car has. With an inline engine (such as your 2.3L) you ca'nt run true dual exhausts unless you make a custom exhaust manifold, but the results wouldn't improve and isn't worth it. BUT you can have a single exhaust that splits say after the gas tank. I was gonna do that for my XR5. For a V6, since it has two banks, you can run true dual exhausts. That is what I will do with my HO V6. I would throw an H pipe in there. An H pipe is a connecting pipe from one exhaust to the other either before or after the catalytic converter to help stabalize backpressure and keep it about equal for both banks. This would produce the best results. I've studied dual exhausts for our cars for a LONG time and if anyone is interested in discussing good points for a split or good possible duals for a V6, lemme know. "awrenchtwstr" and I should discuss some good ideas for you guys since we're both knowledgeable on the subject.
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