im at work and I did a really chinsy photoshop to a rear center. Looked ok. But I too like the side exhaust better. What about putting it through the side skirt in the existing pit looking thing there.. Probably be easy to do.....
There's really no point. I don't see the point in it going out the side. I don't really want warm exhaust gasses passing right by my rear tires... I could see that dirtying things up quite a bit over time. The rear center might look ok IF we had a bumper design that allowed for it. Our stock quad tips look really good ESPECIALLY with slightly larger diameter tips. Makes it look really aggressive.
i think that looks hot, and you could run true dual without the extra weight. but i agree, im not sure if anything can beat a good dual exhaust or quad tip on our cars.
attached a random image i found on the forums and saved.
That works with the Mercedes engine due to it being a longitudal engine with manifolds on either side. If that was to be done on our cars, you'd have to split the Y pipe in the center to branch off to either side which creates a restriction... another reason the single shot is the best option performance wise but simply the ugliest due to our bumper design.
I do think that the dual singles like in that picture look really sexy. I was jut thinking of something to spruce it up a little bit. Im gonna crawl under there sometime this week and take a look and see if It could be easily achieved for that straight shot out. I dont really like the looks of it, but you bring a good point for performance, and it would be a little sprucer upper. But it can look good, depending on where you place the exhaust vertically, and if what the "bezel" if you will around the exhaust port will look like....
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