Thought I'd share a couple pics of my dual exhaust. I didn't want to replace my valance so I made a template out of the single exit and used a Dremel tool to cut the drivers side of the factory SE valance...
As far as what exhaust... I had a local shop weld up an X-pipe just behind the 2 clamps, then it's just straight pipes all the way out, no mufflers. It's still 2.25" piping so I didn't lose all backpressure. I'm gonna try to get a video up soon. I actually like the sound but I'm thinking of adding mufflers at some point.
And about the squeemish feeling--I know what you mean, trust me! Haha but the way I made the template and marked the lines, I cut an eighth inch or so inside my line and then used a sanding wheel to kinda "shape" it and get the final line. The plastic cuts easily BTW :thumbsup:
Nice job. If you have the right tools, it works. On this one, trying it first is no big deal since you can get the right part if you screw up and nothing is lost. Looking back, I could have saved $65, but I would of had to buy a Dremel kit. So I guess it would be a wash.
Definitely not anything to lose any sleep over.
I wish that I had the nerve to cut (there's that word again) into the valance so my exhaust would look as sweet as yours, but I'll stick with what I have for now.
Ha, yeah I don't mind being labeled a hillbilly... I mean, my dad graduated high school in the trout capitol of the world (Cotter, AR)
Anyway, thanks for the good word! It may be "southern-engineered" but hey, it looks good, it was dirt cheap compared to alternatives, and I'm proud to say I did it. So I could care less what someone with a fully loaded SRT has negative to say about it.