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Celica_Noob Oct 13, 7:45pm - #299239 
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Y exhaust

I know Celicas don't have enough back pressure for dual exhaust, but one of my friends was talking about Y exhaust where it looks like dual but it still comes from one set of headers and just splits at the end. Does this work on Celicas?

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No it does not work. Stop trying to desecrate your celica
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Blue_Bomber Oct 13, 8:39pm - #299241 
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That's the same thing as "dual" exhausts. The reason the Celica can't have true dual exhausts is because you'd need two separate headers (which is why 4cyls have a header, not headers wink ), each with its own cat and individual piping. There also isn't much room under the car to run the pipes for dual exhausts, especially when it comes to getting past the rear suspension crossmember.
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sxyimports125 Oct 13, 8:43pm - #299242 

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eddie_725 Oct 13, 10:00pm - #299243 
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I seen a celica with a dual exhaust. But I think it was a costum job because on day it was their the next it was eek

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Blue_Bomber Oct 13, 10:32pm - #299244 
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Yeah, doesn't take much to put a Y pipe on after the rear suspension, but it will interrupt exhaust flow if the piping isn't tuned to the rest of the system (which shops won't do unless you pay them $$$$ wink ).
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trdhondakiller Oct 14, 12:22am - #299245 
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U know I wonder why ppl would want to do this for? bumfuzzles me. I could see if you had a v8. You know what is really funny, my sister had a monte carlo. like a 97 model. like the sporty model. it was pretty sweet. but the thing is. she was tellin me she back into something and her exhaust broke off. and it was like a dumby tip. there was absolutely nothing hooked to it. I was like wtf. where'd the pipe got. it was just a tip w/ a hanger on it holding it on. . haha. points too GM.
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AznKhaos Oct 14, 5:23am - #299246 
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RyCeCuBe Oct 14, 6:12am - #299248 

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hmm..i wonder how the s2k exhaust setup is...

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Blue_Bomber Oct 14, 7:41am - #299249 
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Originally Posted by RyCeCuBe
hmm..i wonder how the s2k exhaust setup is...

Like this:

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As you you can see, the piping size decreases once it's split from the single 2.5" pipe, and the piping itself is very smooth. The design was purchased by Honda from Mugen, so it's definitely tuned for as much power as possible. Apparently the S2K needed more sound suppression than a single muffler could provide. Besides the fact that it doesn't seem like there's any room left btween the rear diff and spare tire well to put in a large muffler like the stock Celica's:

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Celica_Noob Oct 15, 3:21pm - #299250 
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Alright, I still like the way that dual looks, but it sounds like it is more trouble than it is worth. I will just have to stick with the single.

Thanks,
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RyCeCuBe Oct 16, 5:25am - #299251 

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