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Hey all,

 

I am looking to do the exhaust on my 2015 z71 and am wondering what the difference is in the performance and sound between true dual system and a single in dual out muffler? Im mainly looking to improve the sound, so trying to see if there is a discernible difference. Appreciate your thoughts and comments!

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x pipe will make more power over a "y pipe" setup a lot of the times. Look at speed engineering x pipe kit. I am running their long tube headers and y pipe for now. x pipe setup will usually be more deeper and less raspy

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One you did not talk about was dual in single out. This has been a great set up as well and I have ran it with good results. Has a good scavenging effect. 

Other than that I would second the X pipe talked about above.

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IMHO, I think this is the best looking exit option/performance and sound system I have ever run across.

I wish there was a Kinney's in my neck of the woods!

 

 

 

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⬆️  Look up the site Dan posted that video from. Kinney’s makes claim as to how much HP their true duals make before and after tests on a dyno. If I was closer my truck would be running their exhaust.

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