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Johnny178
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Johnny178 Nov 30, 2:32am - #63940 

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Kaminari rear question...

I am going to be adding a body kit this spring and am pretty much set on the Kaminari kit. I have 1 question about the rear, I have seen pictures with a dual exaust cutout and some with a single. After doing some seaching some say that the fiberglass version is dual and the ureth is single, but someone also said the dual was one of the first productions and have thus killed it off and kept the single.

Can anyone shed some light on this for me? thanks
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spaztikid
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spaztikid Nov 30, 2:41am - #63941 
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you heard right...the duel is no longer in production.
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celicaTRDgts
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celicaTRDgts Nov 30, 4:27am - #63942 

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Originally Posted by spaztikid
you heard right...the duel is no longer in production.

yup what he said

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Johnny178
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Johnny178 Nov 30, 1:55pm - #63943 

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thanksa guys, i currently have a TRD standard lenght exaust, will i get away with that or will i have to get an extented?
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02KaminariGT Nov 30, 8:20pm - #63944 
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TRD standard is fine thats what I have and it looks perfect.

SORRY IT'S A REAL OLD PIC, TAKEN A YEAR AGO MANY THINGS ARE DIFFERNET WITH MY CELICA.

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