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02-15-2019 01:42 PM
Pesky1 Would love to take it off your hands but shipping costs (not a local) would negate all practicality in getting it. (@ pjb & bigballsofpaint)
02-10-2019 09:31 AM
bigballsofpaint Just in case anyone wants a redline stock exhaust, i have one sitting outside as of yesterday. Come spring i will hack it up and throw it out if no one wants it.
02-06-2019 08:29 PM
marlboromike
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I guess I never looked too hard at the mufflers on the different cars. Magnaflow uses the same muffler for both for certain.
All mufflers are not created equal...
02-06-2019 08:27 PM
JohnWR The NA muffler is 20 inches wide, but the RL muffler is 25-1/2.
02-06-2019 05:08 PM
Robotech
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Are you referring to the Magnaflow system or the stock GM system? Magnaflow may use the same muffler for both single and dual outlet, but GM did not. The GM mufflers are different sizes.
I guess I never looked too hard at the mufflers on the different cars. Magnaflow uses the same muffler for both for certain.
02-06-2019 02:04 PM
lunaticfringe
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Originally Posted by ddx77 View Post
Did you put an RL diffuser on your car as well?
I did. The exhaust was free but the diffuser was about $125 I think.
02-06-2019 01:15 PM
JohnWR
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Yea, no power gains on the stock exhausts. Really they are identical except for that second tip. ..........
Are you referring to the Magnaflow system or the stock GM system? Magnaflow may use the same muffler for both single and dual outlet, but GM did not. The GM mufflers are different sizes.
02-06-2019 10:54 AM
Robotech
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I have the RL exhaust on my NA. Put on different Stainless tips. But it really sounds nice and looks much better from the ass end. No horsepower gains that I can tell. But it is less expensive and sounds great.
Yea, no power gains on the stock exhausts. Really they are identical except for that second tip. It is strange though, the second tip DOES change the sound slightly. When Magnaflow did the exhaust on my first car, the first exhaust they did was the single outlet. I drove the car home, cut out the valance, then went back to Magnaflow where they installed the second tip. It was only a week between visits and there definitely was a different sound between the two. It wasn't louder, but the tone was different. Deeper, throatier. I liked it, that's for sure.

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Did you put an RL diffuser on your car as well?
I have the dual outlet 3" exhaust from Magnaflow on my car and the 2.5" exhausts (dual and single outlet) were developed by Magnaflow on my first car (both 2.4s obviously. LOL). On both dual outlet setups, I just cut the stock 2.4 valance for the second tip. IF you take your time and have a dremel (or other rotary cutting tool) it is pretty simple to do. Unless you REALLY know what to look for AND look really closely for it, you can't tell the difference between the two. Below are both of my cars. Can you tell they are cut valences rather than OEM Redline?
02-05-2019 08:07 PM
44thSKY I did the RL exhaust on my NA too. Balances things out, and was just a little work, no cost. And I had a Kurtz hitch on the NA that went back on after putting the RL exhaust on.
02-05-2019 08:04 PM
ddx77 Did you put an RL diffuser on your car as well?

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Originally Posted by lunaticfringe View Post
I have the RL exhaust on my NA. Put on different Stainless tips. But it really sounds nice and looks much better from the ass end. No horsepower gains that I can tell. But it is less expensive and sounds great.
02-05-2019 06:50 PM
lunaticfringe I have the RL exhaust on my NA. Put on different Stainless tips. But it really sounds nice and looks much better from the ass end. No horsepower gains that I can tell. But it is less expensive and sounds great.
02-05-2019 02:18 PM
THE_DUKE Any chance this is still available? lol
04-18-2014 02:44 PM
pjb
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I have a Redline exhaust available. I just removed it from my 2008 with 13k miles. It is uncut and in great shape. Simple to install. I'm in southern MD and would rather not cut it up for shipping. If you're local it would be perfect for you.
Still available, and FREE!
11-01-2013 03:13 PM
2.4solstice06
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Originally Posted by marlboromike View Post
Forget about catbacks and all that silly stuff. You have a non turbo. It is all about appearance and not HP
My N/A is all about hp...
Because it's not N/A anymore


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11-01-2013 02:18 PM
pjb thats why I can't believe nobody will take the free RedLine exhaust I'm offering. Complete front to back. 2 bolts at the front flange, 4 rubber hangers in the rear, and you're done. no cuts, clamps, welds, the whole thing goes on in one piece. replace. or modify the rear fascia and done.
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