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Old 03-21-2008, 05:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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has anyone with a 6 cyl 200 put dual exhaust on it with flowmasters, if so how did it sound?? if you did this did u use a header or just run the duals off the stock exhaust manifold??

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i have a header with single exhaust and a turbo muffler and it sounds great! single or dual headers make great sound out of sixes.
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On my '66 6 cylinder I chopped the exhaust at the mid-pipe and put half of a 289 dual exhaust on the car with a turbo muffler. It worked great and sounded pretty good too!
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a lot of information can be found at the Ford Six forum here:
http://fordsix.com/forum/viewforum.p...7994debf3299bc
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On my I6, I have an aftermarket cam, dual outlet header, and plan to run duel 2 inch exhaust, x pipe, and Borla mufflers. Have no idea what it will sound like.

I've read that you don't want to go above 2 inch for a dual exhaust on an I6 or you remove too much back pressure for optimum performance. If I didn't have a tricked out head and cam, plus 2v carb I'd stay at 1.75 inches.
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Old 03-22-2008, 06:36 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Had mine made into duals with Tubro mufflers, sounded real good.
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if you give the car dual exhaust and i still have the factory 1 bbl will i have to make some carb adjustments since i am making it dual exhaust

also out of curiosity why turbos as opposed to flowmasters??
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