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Hi all, new to the forum, but have been reading random threads.  I own a 2020 Trailboss, and my wife has a 2019 Suburban Premiere 6.2.

 

I did some searching and couldn't really pinpoint any good discussions on this.

 

I'm looking to add exhaust to the Suburban.  I was hoping to accomplish 2 things:

1. Marginal increase in volume/sound, she wants people to know she's on the road

2. "Dual" exhaust, however I can't seem to find any good pictures or systems that exist out there.  Honestly I don't even want/need the tips visible, it would be great to add a 2nd exit on the driver side, similar to what's currently on the passenger side.

 

Anyone do/see anything like this or know of a system that exists?

 

Thank you!

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