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Wat should I do for a new exhaust system? 93 350 9c1
 

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Throw some muffler on and call it good, the 93 350 isn't exactly high performance, and you should already have dual exhaust. Unless its rusted out, but I would still go stock configuration unless you have big plans for the motor. You can get a pair of flowmasters or magnaflows for pretty reasonable.
 

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93's were still a single exhaust, even the police cars. The 9C1's had a little bigger cam, different tuning, and a bigger exhaust Y pipe, for a few extra ponies vs the Regular car 350 that was rated at 180hp.

Remove the cat, put a performance muffler on it, and call it good.
 

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like mrbuick said, motor is pretty much what it is, no need of the headache of a dual hump x member from a newer impala, and out tailshaft dont fit,to much dicking around and not worth it imo, keep the stock oem converter there no gains by going with a aftermarket cat, been there done that. just cost me a sh#t load of cash trying to get it thru emissions,ended up replacing the cat and she passed, find yourself a good muffler shop and have them make up a cat back system, at lease you'll have the dual exhaust look, flowmaster has a nice rumble to them, magaflows are good to ..ok, now you can call it good :)

 

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Throw some muffler on and call it good, the 93 350 isn't exactly high performance, and you should already have dual exhaust. Unless its rusted out, but I would still go stock configuration unless you have big plans for the motor. You can get a pair of flowmasters or magnaflows for pretty reasonable.
Was that a tease?? Lol. 93s didn't come with Lt1s, though I would be 1 happy fellow if I had one lol:eek:k3:
 

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Well thanks guys, so just a muffler u say? I was thinking on getting some duel pipes instead of just single. Sooo?? Watchu think?
 

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Look at the pic posted closely, it's basically a cat back dual system, it's single exhaust till it passes the crossmember. And sorry about the other comment, I thought the 9c1's got dual exhaust in the earlier years, guess not.
 

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Look at the pic posted closely, it's basically a cat back dual system, it's single exhaust till it passes the crossmember. And sorry about the other comment, I thought the 9c1's got dual exhaust in the earlier years, guess not.
No need to be sorry man. But ya I like that, I don't want tru dual. It would be nice but I would wan mine something like waynes91.
 

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I bought an exhaust system from craigslist that took it a step further, haven't put it on yes cause the collectors are wrong. Anyway, it runs dual pipes through the single hump in the crossmember. It's got a single inlet dual outlet cat, effectively making it an x pipe because the cat is right behind where the collectors meet.
 

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Ok time to stack up my change!
 
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