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Twin muffler, same as Hemi's?

I noticed that CRD gets twin mufflers. But are they same as Hemi's? Can I use them for V6 Pentastar?
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Re: Twin muffler, same as Hemi's?

From the one I drove, it looks the same as the Hemi, but I do not understand your question about using it for the V6 petrol. It would be far cheaper to get a aftermarket twin system, but you also have the problem with finding a lower panel for the bar or cut it out for the 2nd pipe.
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Re: Twin muffler, same as Hemi's?

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From the one I drove, it looks the same as the Hemi, but I do not understand your question about using it for the V6 petrol. It would be far cheaper to get a aftermarket twin system, but you also have the problem with finding a lower panel for the bar or cut it out for the 2nd pipe.
I was just curious to see whether CRD's muffler would fit for V6. And I thought it might have used smaller diameter pipes.

About aftermarket mufflers, I haven't found the one with twin mufflers.
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Re: Twin muffler, same as Hemi's?

I cannot say if the pipes are the same, however and exhaust shop should be able to make up a system to your requirements. I am not talking about a prefabed system, but one made specifically to your requirements. This is a common way to get exhausts made here in Oz, as OEM systems are usually far more costly than aftermarket.
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Re: Twin muffler, same as Hemi's?

Take the mufflers off the diesel as you don't need them anyway.
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