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Basically Im trying to figure out where the s-pip goes. If someone were to buy a full exhaust system for the tc would that system come with an s-pipe or is the s-pipe not part of the exhaust?
Also what is the best way to get the most performance from the exhaust mod?
axle back?
cat back?
or full exhaust?
s-pipe?
or combination of s-pipe and exhaust?

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Yes please search, all of the answers have been answered, as well as video clips of several exhaust so you can find a sound you like. Also, you will get little benefit from an exhaust system, a full exhaust system will give you 5 whp if you are lucky.
 

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thanks bluesonic,
So if someone were to get an axle back exhaust system then that would not come with the s-pipe, correct?
And if someone were to get a full exhaust would that include a header and s-pipe?

Ive searched for product descriptions to try to find this out but there are no real detailed dectriptions which explain where things are.

Eddie, I thought the exhaust upgrade was the best performance mod (other than the supper charger-or rebuilding the engine)
 

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Originally posted by adambeazley@Nov 19 2005, 09:21 AM
thanks bluesonic,
So if someone were to get an axle back exhaust system then that would not come with the s-pipe, correct?
And if someone were to get a full exhaust would that include a header and s-pipe?

Ive searched for product descriptions to try to find this out but there are no real detailed dectriptions which explain where things are.

Eddie, I thought the exhaust upgrade was the best performance mod (other than the supper charger-or rebuilding the engine)
Most "full" pre-fabbed exhuast systems for NA applications are from the header back so no, I would highly doubt it came with headers.

Modifying exhuast systems can be tricky on NA cars. When you relieve the car of it's exhuast backpressure you start losing torque. Mild exhuast modifications tend to be the best route before adding forced induction.
 
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