There's no specific #'s. Many people run their pipes differently.scourge_s10 said:i'm looking at running dual outlets on my 02 s-10 4.3 extended cab
anyone know the lengths and bends required to do cat back single to a dual out muffler, with dual side tips?
This setup would be awesome and I would already have it if it were possible, but unfortunately the gas tank is in the way. Also, the way the leaf spring mounts are on the frame puts them basically right in the way of routing the exhaust close enough to the tire. I have seen it done on 1 side but it just doesn't tuck up close enough for me, but I have seen an extreme like yours with a Lightning style exhaust out the right side and it did look awesome, the ground effects made up for the gap between the body and the pipes so it looked great. But, as for the size you selected, that would be a perfect size for a dual out setup.digital_xtreme said:i've been thinking of driving over to my local muffler man and having them take a look at seeing if they can run a dual exhaust, not a true dual, 2.5 in dual 2.5 out and have them exit out of the sides before the rear tires. You guys think this would hurt back pressure? Also do you think they will say no way?
Can't tell whether it is an xtreme s10 or xtreme blazer from his avatar. Didn't know 2nd gen 2dr blazer's had the gas tank in the back, I know 1st gen 2drs have them on the drivers side before the rearend.SWTexasBLAZER said:he has a 2 door blazer.....his gas tank is not in the way...it's all the way in the back