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Dual pipes on a stock muffler #384246 Jan 26, 2:30pm Jan 26, 2:30pm
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Dual pipes on a stock muffler

Does anyone know how the inside of a stock Celica exhaust look like?

To make 2 dual exhaust (left - right) is it maybe a idea to connect the second pipe directly to the muffler instead to use a Y connection.

Andres

Re: Dual pipes on a stock muffler [Re: baas] #384247 Jan 27, 11:17am Jan 27, 11:17am
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i woudl get a new muffler with 2 pipes already on it. will be better then stock smile

Re: Dual pipes on a stock muffler [Re: hombredelassrtas] #384248 Jan 27, 1:17pm Jan 27, 1:17pm
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I don't want anything better than stock. The sound is good (not to loud and nice) and the quality is good (last at least 13 year). A dual exhaust (left-right) looks better (symmetric). I want to connect the second pipe directly to the muffler. But i need to know how the chambers are spread (assume it is a reflecting system and not absorbing)

Re: Dual pipes on a stock muffler [Re: baas] #384249 Jan 27, 3:33pm Jan 27, 3:33pm
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you should just get the muffler taken out and go from there and if you do, get two nice tips that look good...not ricey


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Re: Dual pipes on a stock muffler [Re: VSGTS14] #384250 Jan 29, 2:25pm Jan 29, 2:25pm
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i liek the dual better too. Jsut figured it woudl be easier and maybe cheaper to get new one. I am sure you coudl have a fake second pipe jsut welded. Or take it to a shop and they coudl prob make you some custom setup.

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