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Manta single 2.5" or Redback dual 2.5"

dingdong555

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Now I know there are a LOAD of exhaust threads, but there is no direct answer to this questions.

$360 for Redback.

# Redback STR130 - Front muffler assembly (twin 2.5")
# Redback STR131 - Rear muffler assembly (2.5") TWIN TAILPIPES
# Full mandrel bent piping.
# Twin 2.5" from the cats back.

OR

$380 for Manta

Front Y pipe from the cats and it goes to single 2
1/2" OUT, WITH REAR SPORTS MUFFLER.
 

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I would of thought twin 2.5" a little big.
 

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Fair point.
 

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I've given up trying to talk sense to these people :D
Well if you have given up talking sense, that lets start talking about exhaust back-pressure! LOL.
 

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Asked mates that work at exhaust places as to whether to get a single or twin with my system and they've all said twin.
 

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Twin. You will still have back pressure. Y pipe cats and headers are still the same I'm guessing.
 
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