Dual exhaust for a 2.2

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Dual exhaust for a 2.2

Postby Guest » Wed Mar 20, 2002 10:07 pm

that looks #### good gert. gotta love the stainless steel.
QuasarCorsica



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Dual exhaust for a 2.2

Postby Guest » Wed Mar 20, 2002 10:45 pm

Quote (Gert @ Mar. 20 2002,7:15)
You're right.... the Mavica doesn't capture the entire range of sound. In the mornings when my engine is still cold there's a whole lotta things rattling along  :D  and it's still a 2.0

Gert

It's all good
My dragger acts in similar way too.  IT needs like 5 minute to get warm/hot to lose that tingling sound and drops down to that low bass tone.  I can just imagine the effect doubled with my new Dual set up.  ???  ???  ???



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Dual exhaust for a 2.2

Postby Guest » Fri Mar 22, 2002 8:48 am

Here is a kit that will fit you 2.2 owners

It's the same one that i ordered



but don't expect to much power out of it , to get the full power you'll need to install headers and High flow cat or just take it off.

another thing , bigger intake and TB will also increase the setup  

i would start by getting a ram or cold air intake and bigger TB
and aftermarket intake manifold

The reason why exhaust setups are not first on the list, is because it offers the least amount of gains for the money on a basically stock engine. Generally the more air an engine ingests the more it exhales. So one must address the ability of the car to inhale before you address the ability of it to exhale



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Dual exhaust for a 2.2

Postby gar187er » Fri Mar 22, 2002 11:14 am

is that an RKS setup for a cavy? ???


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Dual exhaust for a 2.2

Postby Guest » Mon Apr 01, 2002 2:25 am

I have the very same thing w/ the tin-like sound when it's not warmed up.  once it's warm, smooth and low baby.  I have a 2.2L and I need to get some audio recordings of it.  It's a beast.

Ben S
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Dual exhaust for a 2.2

Postby Guest » Tue Apr 02, 2002 12:01 am

It's an RKSports one alright.  Would that setup actually fit the 2.2 Beretta?



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Dual exhaust for a 2.2

Postby Guest » Fri Apr 05, 2002 4:32 pm

don't know yet
the headers are on backorder i bought the whole system
including the headers, and high flow cat !

i checked out my buddy's 97 sunfire with the 2.2 and he's got the same setup as me.

If it doesnt' fit  i can always sell it
"one out of every 2 cars on the road are cavy's or sunfires "



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Dual exhaust for a 2.2

Postby gar187er » Fri Apr 05, 2002 5:04 pm

it looks like it might, the only thing that may not fit properly, is where it goes over axle....being a prefab, it may be too close to it, but its hard to tell how the curvature of the pipe is.....


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Dual exhaust for a 2.2

Postby Guest » Fri Apr 05, 2002 7:41 pm

Quote (base95&88GT @ April 05 2002,4:32)
"one out of every 2 cars on the road are cavy's or sunfires "

Yup, as a friend of mine says:

Cavaliers are like toilets, everone has one, just a different color!



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Dual exhaust for a 2.2

Postby Guest » Wed Apr 10, 2002 3:56 am

How much of a differece would it make to put 2 1/4'' exhaust on my beretta?  My dad has the pipe and the bender and offered to do it...will it be a big improvement for flow or sound?




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