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Old 10-17-2014, 09:12 PM   #1
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true duals?

so im hearing alot of chatter about cat back systems and im trying to find someone who has put on true duals. anyone running true duals? hows it working for ya? what ganes are you getting versus a cat back system?

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Old 10-17-2014, 09:40 PM   #2
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If you run true duals that's a single pipe from each side of eng out. That will be a big torque sacrifice. Hemi needs Longtubes and a y pipe IMO for very good sound,torque,hp gains. Others will attest tot his also.
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yeah that seems to be a pretty common setup on here. i want to get some long headers only issue im having is finding parts for a 2014 with the single stock exhaust since most models have the duals
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Old 10-17-2014, 09:57 PM   #4
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I am looking at American Racing Headers with Y pipe, and Cats all in stainless steel, $1,635.00 shipped.
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yeah ive been eyeballing a pair of jba longtube and a corsa cat back. i need to talk to the dealership about the warranty before i pull the trigger.
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Hi telders,

Charged is correct you will lose A LOT of low end torque with a true dual setup. But alot of folks use an X pipe crossover to equalize things and that does recover some of the bottom end torque. In all honesty a true dual system will not benefit much until you start getting into the higher rpm, and that is not a very comfy place to drive on a regular basis.

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As long as you don't mess with anything before the catalytic converters your warranty should be fine I went with the flowmaster American thunder cat back exhaust With single three inch inlet and 2 1/2 inch dual outlet going out at the bumper I think it sounds great They have several kits available through summit racing including ones out the side after the rear wheels, the back bumper, and out before the rear wheels on the passenger side
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Thanks so much guys. Great advice and info
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