<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">while i agree with you totally, would there be any benefit to doing the 2+2 approach? i have always wondered about this. do you have any ideas on how the sound would change with 2 pipes, 2 mufflers, and 2 cylinders in each? might be interesting to try something like that.Originally posted by MichaelXi:
It might look nice, but it's not functional in the LEAST, unless you have independent pipes coming from each cylinder.
Remember, DUAL exhaust was a by-product of a V6/8/10/12's having TWO banks of cylinders.
We have one. Ours is not a "V"-4. It's Inline.
Unless you're running some custom header that at least breaks it up into 2+2, it's just plain silly IMO.