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Old 10-06-2013, 03:11 AM   #1
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Left hand in a right hand land

Cars down here in New Zealand are right hand drive as that is the right side of the road to drive on LOL.
A few months back I bought a 1998 z28 auto after years of fast 4s, now that I have got used to driving her I want more grunt the first step has to be the exhaust system, having read a few posts on this site & others I seek advise to what would be the best system. I can remove & run cat less down here, I don't want something that drones at low throtal settings but barks when you boot it. I hate the sound of my car when I button of the excelerater it sounds like she is about to regurgitate something. She has been lowered so my new system has to fit tight to the under body.I would prefer the whole system to be stainless steel I noticed that some of you run differant brands of headers to exhaused but there must be something out there that you all feel would be a good starting point.
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Re: Left hand in a right hand land

Most long tube headers have decent ground clearance.

One exception would be the early SLP's which were known to hang low and scrape.

Any stainless steel LT will be good,exhaust is a personal preference but I like Magna Flow for exhaust.
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Re: Left hand in a right hand land

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