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Old 11-25-2000, 06:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was wondering if there are ANY exhaust systems for My 92 Stealth R/T non-turbo. And i also wondered if i can get dual exhaust like the turbo stealths/3000gt's. I know that the non turbo 3000GT's comes with the dual tips. I would love to make mine like that and if it can be done. Is it easy/hard?????? if you have any info...please E-mail me
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You can get an exhaust for your R/T.. If you want to keep the stock look, you could always just get an 3000GT SL exhaust... they are duals w/ dual tips. You can get a Borla exhaust that's made for the N/A, or get the one made for turbo's (its cheaper)...

Or you can always go the custom route.. that's what a lot of people seem to be doing.. just cut off the exhaust system after the cats, and then have new pipes welded in with aftermarket muffler and tips..
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pleased to meet you Mr. Ace HA HA
I had the same problem, I found it hard looking for an exhaust for my N/A. Basically your only option brand wise is Borla which I can recommend (TT). Many people have fitted custom exhausts and I belive the common consenseus is this too is a worhty option - advanatge is picking you own tips and the price. Go to a good muffler shop and see what they suggest - they will no doubt be able to plan a good exhaust for you.
However I would recommend the Borla, it being the Sh*t. (and has a million mile warranty )
If you go for an SL exhaust, i believe it will bolt on almost perfectly. You have to make a cutout on your passenger side but I THINK that if you feel that area on your car there will be an outline. I may be wrong though.
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I had a duel exahast custom system put on my 92 Stealth SOHC. It only ran 600 and included everything from the manifold back. Including proformance hi flow cats and mufflers. There is only one thing I don't like about it. Where the pipes drop off of the manifold they are welded in a L shape. That creates alittle more back pressure(not much). Unfortunatly I didn't take any pictures of it yet and the thing is in the garage for the winter. It was definatly worth it since I needed to replace the front pipe anyway. And it sounds and proforms awsome!
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