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Old 02-10-2014, 10:45 AM   #46
 
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I think I might have found the kit I will use, narrowed it down to one of these:

1. Stay with a stock replacement.







2. Heartthrob manifold back dual kit with dual converters, factory mufflers, mod the rear pipes to exit under rear bumper on each side of the receiver hitch with dual 3" x 18" chrome exhaust tips:

http://www.heartthrobexhaust.com/8141460.PDF

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3. Cat-Back Aftermarket System:

http://www.autoanything.com/exhausts...A2906A0A0.aspx



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OOPS! Sorry man, I thought I was subscribed to this topic to receive an email when someone posts. Apparently not. Sh*t is weak! My apologies.


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Kinda hard to buy from them, or get any answers if they are never here!
You got that right, sorry!

Originally Posted by 89Suburban View Post
I think I might have found the kit I will use, narrowed it down to one of these:

1. Stay with a stock replacement.







2. Heartthrob manifold back dual kit with dual converters, factory mufflers, mod the rear pipes to exit under rear bumper on each side of the receiver hitch with dual 3" x 18" chrome exhaust tips:

http://www.heartthrobexhaust.com/8141460.PDF

http://www.autoanything.com/exhausts...sh-exhaust-tip









3. Cat-Back Aftermarket System:

http://www.autoanything.com/exhausts...A2906A0A0.aspx

If you haven't already purchased elsewhere due to my absence, I will be glad to help you. If you don't hear from me, a PM will get me here in a hurry!


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I did not purchase anything yet but will be in the next 6 weeks. Keeping stock Y-Pipe, adding new Walker cat, int pipe and muffler, and going to have a local shop build a muffler back dual rear under bumper exit with chrome tips.


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I did not purchase anything yet but will be in the next 6 weeks. Keeping stock Y-Pipe, adding new Walker cat, int pipe and muffler, and going to have a local shop build a muffler back dual rear under bumper exit with chrome tips.
OK so the

(1) 15693
(1) 42364
(1) 21054

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Any clamps? 35794


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OK so the

(1) 15693
(1) 42364
(1) 21054

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Any clamps? 35794
2 pc 31398 Gaskets
1 pc 35362 Bracket
4 pc of these: http://www.gotexhaust.com/i-14138077...and-clamp.html

The rest I will have the shop make up and install unless you can come up with something I can install myself.


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Originally Posted by 89Suburban View Post
2 pc 31398 Gaskets
1 pc 35362 Bracket
4 pc of these: http://www.gotexhaust.com/i-14138077...and-clamp.html

The rest I will have the shop make up and install unless you can come up with something I can install myself.
The AP Exhaust equivalents for the gaskets and brackets are:

9234 (gasket)

8560 (bracket)

According to this schematic:



If that's the correct application, both are in stock.


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What is your price on a converter?
For the converter I would probably look at the Magnaflow options.

http://www.gotexhaust.com/i-16300120...converter.html


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How about this, having a real hard time finding this configuration.

A 3" offset in, dual 2 1/4" out muffler?


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How about this, having a real hard time finding this configuration.
What about using a small transitional pipe with this muffler? I don't believe you will find the offset in / dual out because that would take some tricky bends inside the muffler.

http://www.gotexhaust.com/i-14137404...l-muffler.html


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What about using a small transitional pipe with this muffler? I don't believe you will find the offset in / dual out because that would take some tricky bends inside the muffler.

http://www.gotexhaust.com/i-14137404...l-muffler.html
I believe a center inlet will work, thanks.


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Right on, 3" single should be about right, if not a little big, using conventional wisdom. Going too big on true duals can be quite counterproductive so I agree with you there as well. Thanks!
Would 2" from manifold to muffler and then upsizing the muffler and tail pipe to 2 1/4 or 2 1/2 to exit be advantageous for a dual system?

I have always found that the near to stock motors work better with 2" for duals rather then going any bigger. I have been thinking if the muffler and tail pipe were over sized from the 2" that it should work well but I don't know. Any input would be greatly appreciated?
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i've filled out the online request form three times and sent an email to sales@gotexhaust.com weeks ago with no response.
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