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Old 10-28-2010, 03:56 AM   #1
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Would anyone have a picture or diagram of under the car. I wanted to see how the exhaust system looks. Maybe i can figure a way to custom make something like a true dual system or something. I have a friend who can do exaust so maybe i can draw something up. Thanks in advance.
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i know its a dumb question and i can look under the car but seeing it as a picture would be a lot easier
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i know its a dumb question and i can look under the car but seeing it as a picture would be a lot easier
This is for a ZR-1/LT5 motor, but aside from the headers, the rest is all C4. Not a really good picture, but as for making an exhaust system, it doesn't get much easier than this!



In this picture you see the resonator is removed and laying beside the pipes are a pair of chambered mufflers "Power Sticks" that will be inserted in lieu of the (very restrictive 90 style) resonator.

If you fab your own, if you can find an LT4 resonator, you'd be in good shape too.

Mine is in a work in progress.

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Wtf is that? lol, looks nothing like mine, what year is that from?
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This is a complete LT1 system minus the cats. It's also upside down. You never said what year OP.




This is the L98 system

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Cat forward connects to your Manifolds

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Wtf is that? lol, looks nothing like mine, what year is that from?
Thats the 96 only exhaust system. Uses 4-O2 sensors and the "H" pipe at the end. When I bought my 96 it was quieter than my 95. I guess the "H" made it smther
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Thats the 96 only exhaust system. Uses 4-O2 sensors and the "H" pipe at the end. When I bought my 96 it was quieter than my 95. I guess the "H" made it smther

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Thats the 96 only exhaust system. Uses 4-O2 sensors and the "H" pipe at the end. When I bought my 96 it was quieter than my 95. I guess the "H" made it smther
That's bonkers
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Thanks guy. But they all look a little different. So basically there is kind of a front y pipe that has the pre cats are on and it flows into one pipe and thats where the main cat is. Two cats on a true dual system would be good right? or an x pipe.
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